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July 16, 1919
Ten thousand workers went on strike at Chicago’s International Harvester operations.

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June 24, 2019 | TRADE AGREEMENTS | […] The pressing issue for the nation’s largest labor federation [AFL-CIO] is passing a trade agreement with Canada and Mexico that upholds the interests of organized labor rather than seeing them trampled as the North American Free Trade Agreement has done. “I think quite frankly we have a chance to fix this thing and get to yes,” Mr. Trumka said… [He] seemed comfortable with the basic labor provisions but said those provisions have no way of being enforced, and until the agreement is enforceable, it won’t have the AFL-CIO’s backing… Toledo Blade
 
 
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