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December 7, 1896 – Antonio Maceo (1848-1896), the "Titan of Bronze" Cuban revolutionary leader, died from wounds after 27 fights in 92 days. (from the Daily Bleed)
December 7, 1896 - The International Union of Operating Engineers was founded. (From Workday Minnesota)
December 7, 1905 – A general uprising began on this date, collapsing 23 days later, with over 1,000 dead. More than 150,000 workers participated in a General Strike as part of the uprising. (from the Daily Bleed)
December 7, 1918 – 100,000 textile workers went on strike in Lancashire, England. (from the Daily Bleed)
December 7, 1928 – Noam Chomsky was born on this date in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (from the Daily Bleed).
December 7, 1941 - Pearl Harbor was attacked, leading to the U.S. entry into World War II and the second mass slaughter of millions of working people to protect the interests of capital.
(From Workday Minnesota)
December 7, 1949 – The International Confederation of Free Trade Unions was founded, London. (from the Daily Bleed).