Daily Archives: July 23, 2013

IN THE STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE, THE OUTCOME IS NEVER ASSURED. BUT YOU CAN DETERMINE THE FUTURE IN SOLIDARITY WITH YOUR CLASS.

      On the way to work today I was listening to NPR and they were talking about this being the Sesquicentennial of the Battle of Gettysburg.  One historian they interviewed explained that most Americans view the Civil War as … Continue reading

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Statement of Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA) At the HELP Committee Hearing: “Hearing on National Labor Relations Board Nominees”

*As Prepared for Delivery* “Today’s hearing is the result of a bipartisan deal that was reached to allow for a fully-confirmed National Labor Relations Board for the first time in a decade.  A fully-confirmed, fully-functional Board will be a huge … Continue reading

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Today’s Labor History July 23

Today’s Labor History Tuesday: Anarchist Alexander Berkman (left) shoots and stabs but fails to kill steel magnate Henry Clay Frick in an effort to avenge the Homestead massacre 18 days earlier, in which nine strikers were killed. Berkman also tried to … Continue reading

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