History of the Working Class

 


Labor History June 22nd
Today in Labor History June 22nd
After calls for revenge against Standard Oil for the Ludlow Massacre, an anarchist bomb intended for the Rockefeller Mansion unintentionally
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Labor History June 21st
Today in Labor History June 21st
Ten miners accused of being militant “Molly Maguires” were hanged in Pennsylvania. Many historians argue that the Molly Maguires, a
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Labor History June 20th
Today in Labor History June 20th
Eugene Debs formed the American Railway Union (ARU), one of the earliest unions to organize by industry and regardless of
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Labor History June 19th
Today in Labor History June 19th
Slaves were declared free in Texas, a date now celebrated each year as the holiday “Juneteenth.” – 1865 The kangaroo
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