Today in Labor History August 14th

Squatters’ riots occurred in California on this day. 500 militiamen were sent to Sacramento to quell the uprising and martial law was declared. Two squatters and three militiamen were killed, as were two bystanders. – 1850 The most successful anti-poverty program in U.S. history was created when President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security … Read more

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