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Labor Culture

In 1912, 25,000 textile workers in Lawrence, Massachusetts, participated in what came to be known as the “bread and roses” strike. These workers—mostly women—struck to demand not only better pay and working conditions but also dignity and respect. The strikers staged ...

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