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    Today in Labor History

    The United Farm Workers Union begin their lettuce strike against lettuce growers who would not negotiate contracts with farm workers for decent wages and working conditions. The Salad Bowl strike was a series of strikes, mass pickets, boycotts and secondary boycotts that led to the largest farm worker strike in U.S. history. Shipments of fresh lettuce nationwide virtually ceased, and the price of lettuce doubled almost overnight. Lettuce growers lost $500,000 a day. A state district court enjoined Cesar Chávez personally and the UFW as an organization from engaging in picketing, but both Chávez and the union refused to 


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  • Flyer = Federal Employees & The Deficit
    Posted On: Jan 10, 2013

    See attached flyer from our FWA partners, showing the ways & amounts Federal employees have sacrificed to reduce the debt…share with your chapters members and elected members of Congress…FYI…thanks, Terry


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