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Omaha Steve Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-20-11 07:59 PM
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Labor history Nov 18 GM plant in Atlanta engaged in a sitdown strike, refuse to print anti-labor ad,

November 18

Seattle printers refuse to print anti-labor ad in newspaper - 1919

November 18, 1936 - Workers at the General Motors plant in Atlanta engaged in a sitdown strike, one of several that took place during the organizing waves of the 1930s.

31 men died on Lake Michigan with the sinking of the Carl D. Bradley during one of the worst storms in the lakes history. The 623-foot ship, carrying limestone, broke in two. Four crewmen survived - 1958

Labor history found here: http://www.unionist.com/big-labor/today-in-labor-histor... & here: http://www.workdayminnesota.org/index.php?history_9_11_...

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