Today's Labor History
Click here to check out this week's Labor History Today podcast. On this week's show: Patrick Dixon talks with Donald Horton about building the Gateway Arch in St Louis, completed on October 28, 1965. Patrick also talks with Daniel Sidorick about the history of workers’ struggles at Campbell's Soup; the Campbell's factory in Camden, New Jersey was demolished on November 3, 1991. Plus: "Union Blood" the latest song by SpudWrench, AKA Michael Peterson, the singing elevator engineer.
Wall Street crashes on what came to be known as "Black Tuesday," throwing the world's economy into a years-long crisis including an unemployment rate in the U.S. that by 1933 hit nearly 25 percent - 1929
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