LABOR: “Labor Day, the Less Radical Alternative to May Day”

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  1. What was different about the late 19th, early 20th centuries that could unify the low-wage earners of that day against owners while today’s unions continue to lose membership although stagnant or declining wages is all that seems to lie ahead? Does it simply have to get to a point where it is too awful to bear? A hundred Fergusons simultaneously?

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