Today in Labor History
Today in labor history, March 22, 1886: Mark Twain, a lifelong member of the International Typographical Union (now part of the Communications Workers of America), speaks in Hartford, Connecticut, extolling the Knights of Labor’s commitment to fair treatment of all workers, regardless of race or gender.

Today in labor history, March 22, 1886: Mark Twain, a lifelong member of the International Typographical Union (now part of the Communications Workers of America), speaks in Hartford, Connecticut, extolling the Knights of Labor’s commitment to fair treatment of all workers, regardless of race or gender.

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