Today in Labor History – January 9th

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Southern Tenant Farmers’ Union meeting A Mediation Commission appointed by President Woodrow Wilson found that “industry’s failure to deal with unions” was the prime reason for labor strife in war industries. – 1918 Eighty thousand Chicago construction workers went on strike. -1922 They had been evicted from their homes so landowners wouldn’t have to share … Read more

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