Today in Labor History September 4th

Twelve thousand New York tailors went out on strike to protest the sweatshop system that exploited their labor for half the  year, and gave them no work the other half. – 1894 Police and deputy sheriffs were relieved of their duties in Cripple Creek, Colorado, and all citizens were required to register their firearms, as … Read more

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