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September 22, 2020

On This Day in 1934
United Textile Workers strike committee orders strikers back to work after 22 days out, ending what was at that point the greatest single industrial conflict in the history of American organized labor. The strike involved some 400,000 workers in New England, the mid-Atlantic states and the South.
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The Workplace Democracy Act Would Strengthen Workers’ Rights
Updated On: May 10, 2018
May 10, 2018 | COLLECTIVE BARGAINING/ORGANIZING | The Teamsters are endorsing legislation introduced by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) yesterday that would enhance the ability of workers to organize and fight for better wages, benefits and working conditions on the job. The Workplace Democracy Act would ensure more hardworking Americans become part of the middle class by making it easier for workers to join a union. Besides repealing so-called “right-to-work” (RTW) laws in states across the U.S., the measure would halt intimidation tactics instituted by many companies that are trying to stifle unionization on their job sites… 355 News








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