Organized Labor in America
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Labor unions – as we know them today, at least – probably wouldn’t exist if not for two Jewish labor activists: Samuel Gompers (1850-1924) and Sidney Hillman (1887-1946). Those men could be called the “architects” of organized labor in America. Other powerful, Jewish labor figures were David Dubinsky (1892-1982) and Jackie Presser (1926-1988) .
About the auto-worker contract talks: [Here].
 Dubinsky on a magazine cover: [Here]