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Today in Labor History
May 3, 1886: Four striking workers are killed, at least 200 wounded, when police attack a demonstration on Chicago’s south side at the McCormick Harvesting Machine plant. The Haymarket Massacre is to take place the following day.
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Pres. Obama Must Act Boldly to Protect Workers' Rights
Posted On: Feb 11, 2013

Feb. 11, 2013 | The president will rightly go down in history for preventing the country plunging into a second great depression, overhauling an unjust and inefficient healthcare system, and enacting regulations to avoid a recurrence of the worst Wall Street abuses. He may win comprehensive immigration reform, limited gun control measures and climate change legislation. But unless he acts boldly on workers' rights, he risks going down in history as the Democratic president who stood by while conservatives dealt a deathblow to the American labor movement. Overcoming GOP obstructionism will not be easy, but there's much that the president can do. Read the full story at The Hill.


 
 
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