Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Today in Labor History—July 25

July 25, 1867 – Karl Marx's Das Kapital first appeared in Germany. (From the Daily Bleed)

July 25, 1890 - After striking for seven months, New York garment workers won the right to unionize and secured a closed shop and the firing of all scabs. (From Workday Minnesota)

July 25, 1902 – Danbury Hatters (U.S.) struck at D.E. Loewe & Co. (From the Daily Bleed)

July 25, 1904 – 25,000 textile workers went on strike in Massachusetts. (From the Daily Bleed)

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