This week’s Labor History Today podcast: Monopoly and Class Struggle: The games we play
Last week’s show: Uprising of the 20,000
The Ford Motor Co. introduced the continuous moving assembly line which could produce a complete car every two-and-a-half minutes - 1913
Kellogg cereal adopts 6-hour day - 1930
United Garment Workers of America merge with United Food & Commercial Workers International Union - 1994
James Oppenheim’s poem “Bread and Roses” published in The American Magazine; the phrase was originated by state factory inspector Helen Todd around the issue of women's suffrage - 1911
- David Prosten
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