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Click HERE to read about and view the web site of the 2015 Gold Medal winning entry, The Leadership and Legacy of Mother Jones and her Fight for Workers’ Rights, by Megan Murphy of Merrimack, NH.
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A Short History of American Labor This brief history of more than 100 years of the modem trade union movement in the United States can only touch the high spots of activity and identify the principal trends of a “century …
Click here to read about Human Rights and Freedom of Association
The exercise of freedom of association by workers, students, and others in society has always been at the heart of the struggle for democracy around the world, and it remains at the heart of society once democracy has been achieved. Without freedom of association, other freedoms lose their substance. It is impossible to defend individual rights if citizens are unable to organize around common needs and interests
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