Sara Nelson and Alvin Finkel explore the differences and similarities between the labor movements in Canada and the United States. On today’s Labor History in 2: Terrorists Try to Silence Workers. PLUS: Three songs about the 1913 Saskatchewan coal miners’ strike.
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