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July 20, 1934
Two killed, 67 wounded in Minneapolis truckers' strike—"Bloody Friday." Union Communication Services

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For 60 Years, This Powerful Conservative Group Has Worked to Crush Labor
Posted On: Jul 06, 2018
July 6, 2018 | WORKERS’ RIGHTS | In December 1953, a group of anti-labor business leaders gathered in Washington, DC, for the first in a series of secret meetings. The meetings were organized by a Southern paper-box manufacturer named Edwin S. Dillard, who was heir to the Old Dominion Box Company and had spent years fighting to keep his workforce from joining a union. The goal of the meetings: to find a way to crush the American labor movement. Dillard enlisted the help of a prominent corporate public-relations firm, Selvage & Lee, to find others who might be committed to the cause. According to a trove of legal documents shared with The Nation by the UAW, their efforts brought together retired congressman Fred Hartley, who was notorious for spearheading what labor referred to as the “slave-labor bill…” The Nation





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