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June 30, 2016

In a new book review, the Socialist Worker says The Last Great Strike is "fantastic" and "readers interested in U.S. labor history or labor law or both should buy and read this book."

http://socialistworker.org/2016/06/30/labors-bloody-battle-in-steel

Police Ignore the Right to Picket

 

On May 28, 1937, an orderly column numbering between 700 and 1000 people marched on Republic Steel’s South Chicago Works. The march was led by a woman, a bicyclist, and a man named "Dominic Esposito," who was carrying an American flag....

 

Companies Use Violence to Undermine Union

 

By April 1937, most of the workers at Little Steel’s mills in the Calumet region of Indiana and Illinois had joined the union. There were 8000 union members at Bethlehem’s Cambria Works in Johnstown and 32,000 in the mills in...

 

Is It a Fair Fight When You Can't Even Discuss the Possibility of Unions?

 

In January 1937, Republic Steel sent agents to follow Cleveland-based union organizer, Gerald Breads, who was distributing pro-union literature. They shadowed Breads all day, kidnapped him near...

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