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User Clip: Thwarted Working Class Solidarity

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February 5, 2017

Wagner Act Taft-Hartley Act Right-to-work laws and the thwarted solidarity between White and African-American workers Jim Crow South:… read more

Wagner Act Taft-Hartley Act Right-to-work laws and the thwarted solidarity between White and African-American workers Jim Crow South: Southern States wanted to protect their very rigid wage hierarchy by race. Right to work was a way to ensure that unions couldn't come in and start to build solidarity among white and African-American working-class people. close

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