SOURCE: St. Paul Union Advocate
by Peter Rachleff
The story of the 1934 Twin Cities' Teamsters strike story shows how the union won better lives for its members by linking workers and their families to the union, other unions, and the community.
SOURCE: The Guardian
The social historian Malcolm Chase rejected “the enormous condescension of posterity” often to be found in history written by the educated rich.
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