Today in Labor History – August 11th

Police in the Bay Area confront members of Kelly’s Industrial Army as they were forming for the long trip to Washington. More than 1000 would head out on commandeered freight trains. Federal troop drove over 1,200 jobless workers from the nation’s capital. Led by unemployed activist Charles “Hobo” Kelley and Jacob Coxey, they camped in […]

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