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History of the Labor Movement in the United States Industrial Workers of the WorldTraces the the Labor Epub #223 history of labor uni. Workers must come together to protect our rights things like the 8 hour work day and 5 day work week werent given to us by the ruling class or their government lackies they were won for us by the blood sweat and tears of brave workers who chalenged the 12 hour work day and 6 day work week to bring workers today a life worth living the fact that you are able to read and have the time to read this is because socialist organized labor ended child labor in the USA so you didnt have to spend your childhood in a coal mine or textile factory and didnt die an early death due to black lung or slow suffocation from textile fibers in your lungs Read the real history of the USA and discover that true patriotism is fighting for the workers against exploitation

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Summary History of the Labor Movement in the United States: Industrial Workers of the World 109 ↠ ➿ [Download] ➽ History of the Labor Movement in the United States: Industrial Workers of the World By Philip S. Foner ➵ – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Traces the history of lOns and the labor movement from America s colonial. I am building a collection of all of Mr Foner s works I realize that there is a controversy surrounding Mr Foner just as there is surrounding all pro labor historians and journalists Mr Foner supplies a link to the labor movement in America that I have not been able to find anywhere else The history in this area is lacking considerably but I find Mr Foner to be a breath of fresh air He is exhaustive and detailed He gives episodes in labor history that are not mentioned anywhere that I have searched I feel that if I am able to read all of Mr Foner s works I will have gotten myself an education like nothing I could have gotten elsewhere I am truly gratful for the efforts of men like Mr Philip Foner Thank you SirRichard Edward Noble The Hobo Philosopher Author of America On Strike A survey of Labor strikes in America

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Era through the Industrial Revolution to the presen. Perhaps because their demands on capitalism were so extreme and absolute the Wobblies or Industrial Workers of the World IWW are my favorite of the early twentieth century radical organizations I devour anything written about them or by one of their members Joe Hill Big Bill Haywood Wesley Everest all were Wobblies and heroes of the US working class To not know anything about the history of this organization is ignorant