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Workers' Rights

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sandra espinoza

on 23 March 2015

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Transcript of Workers' Rights

Workers' Rights
by Sandra E.
Darlene G.
Belis P.

Workers' Rights
-1677 First recorded prosecution against strikers in New York City
-1786 Philadelphia printers conduct first successful strike for increased wages
-1805 Philadelphia shoemakers found guilty of conspiracy
-1835 General strike for 10-hour day in Philadelphia
1865 13th Amendment to the Constitution abolishes slavery
1934 Upsurge in strikes, including national textile strike, which fails
Child Labor
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