The American Labor Movement
This program addresses the issues that brought to pass changes for the American worker. At this time laborers in mines, factories, railways, and other industries were faced with destitute working conditions, long hours, and low pay. The Labor Movement allowed the working class to achieve many improvements and make changes that would benefit the nation.
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