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10 Major Labor Strikes Throughout U.S. History

10 Major Labor Strikes Throughout U.S. History

Since colonial times, when fishermen, bakers, refuse collectors and tailors tried to get more money or fairer treatment by refusing to perform their jobs, going on strike has been an important tactic of American labor. Strikes figured prominently in the rise of the organized labor movement that began in earnest in the mid-to-late 1800s. Over the years, they played a part in many of the labor movement’s hard-fought gains—from better wages to the eight-hour-work day and other improvements in working conditions.

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Civil Servant Bags 7-Year Jail Term For Duping Job Applicant

Civil Servant Bags 7-Year Jail Term For Duping Job Applicant

UK: Home Secretary and Rwandan Minister Biruta visit Geneva

UK: Home Secretary and Rwandan Minister Biruta visit Geneva