Today in Labor History – February 7th

Labor history February 7th

Imperial Sugar refinery Union miners in Cripple Creek, Colorado began what was to become a five-month strike. It started when mine owners cut wages to $2.50 a day, from $3. The state militia was called out in support of the strikers, the only time in U.S. history that a militia was directed to side with … Read more

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