Today in Labor History: July 16

Today in Labor History: July 162013.07.15—history-sf-strike-march
Ten thousand workers strike Chicago’s Int’l Harvester operations – 1919

Martial law declared in strike by longshoremen in Galveston, Texas – 1920

San Francisco Longshoreman’s strike spreads, becomes 4-day general strike – 1934
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