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July 01, 2015
Today in Labor History
July 1, 1892: Homestead, Pa., steel strike. Seven strikers and three Pinkertons killed as Andrew Carnegie hires armed thugs to protect strikebreakers.

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Members attending the May meetings voted to suspend the meetings through the summer.
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US labour news headlines from LabourStart

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Updated On: Feb 01, 2013

  • The decline of unions is everyone's problem.
  • Bill Gates is not so benevolent re Teamster workers' rights.
  • Time to spell out our vision of how the economy should work.
  • Dreamliner nightmare: 70% of components made outside U.S.
  • Should Labor start looking beyond the NLRB?
  • "Labor's fight is our fight."
  • "Brotherhood" –


 
 
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