The act attempts to protect the "Infant Colony" from disorder and idleness: "Whereas Drunkness and Debauchery in every Community tend very much to inervate [sic] the Constitutions of such unhappy persons as are addicted to those Vices, and when...
A telegram from workers and employers of the First Siberian Broadcasting Station of Novosibirsk in the Soviet Union joining the "protest of the world proletariat" against the electrocution of the Scottsboro Boys and demanding their unconditional...
The agreement was drafted as part of the National Industrial Recovery Act of 1933. By signing it employers agreed to promote the efforts of the National Recovery Administration: "...the undersigned hereby agrees with the President as follows:...Not...
In the letter Hammond explains how businesses can get the Blue Eagle symbol, which they can display to show compliance with the "President's Reemployment Agreement." He also discusses exceptional cases, in which employers can get the symbol without...
Gorman was the chairman of the National Special Strike Committee of the union. In the message he announces that a strike will soon begin in textile mills across the country. He explains the workers' demands and maintains that "our strike will be an...
Monthly publication promoting good work ethics and better understanding between African American workers and their employers during World War II. The motto is "Serving the better interest of the Negro Worker and his Employer."
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