On this day workers on three railroads in Buffalo, New York, went on strike for two weeks, one of the first work stoppages to attempt coordinated actions.
The private appropriation of socially produced wealth is capitalism's central mechanism.
Members of the United Steelworkers of America went on strike against the major U.S. steel producers on July 15, 1959, the start of record 116-day steel industry strike.
Workers from many walks of life will join picket lines a day after Tories threatened to impose new anti-union laws if they win the next election.
Hawaiian workers who were members of the ILWU went on strike, seeking higher pay to match that of longshoremen on the West Coast U.S.
On June 19, 1937, police in Youngstown, Ohio, used tear gas on women and children, including at least one infant in his mother's arms, during the historic strike at Republic Steel.
Citing the company's retaliation against workers, striking Walmart moms will join fellow workers, families, and community supporters nationwide as early as Friday.
On May 28, 1946, more than 30,000 workers in Rochester, N.Y., staged a successful one-day general strike.
The tragic, brutal and deadly attack on striking miners and their families shocked, saddened and outraged working people and most Americans.
On this day in 1946, some 750,000 steel workers walked off the job in the largest work stoppage in the industry.