Today in Labor History – March 30th

Chicago stockyard workers won an 8-hour day. – 1918 30,000 unemployed people marched in New York City. At the time, there was virtually no formal or institutional aid available for the unemployed or poor. Even the AFL did not support unemployment insurance, as it saw itself as the representative of skilled workers only, and could … Read more

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