As American labor militancy grows again, it’s important to study the movements of the past.

Workers and the labor movement are ingrained in threads that build and hold this nation together. When we entered World War 2, union workers not just stepped up to build the factories to produce the munitions for war. They also stepped up and fought that war. When they returned it was those union jobs that allowed them to start their families and live a comfortable middle class life. We need to return to those times.

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