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Sept. 26, 1908: The first production Ford Model T leaves the Piquette Plant in Detroit, Mich. It was the first car ever manufactured on an assembly line, with interchangeable parts. The auto industry was to become a major U.S. employer, accounting for as many as one of every eight to 10 jobs in the country.

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Court Wrestles With Outlawing Card Check and Other Union Rights
Updated On: Nov 14, 2013
Nov. 14, 2013 | WORKERS' RIGHTS | A right-wing attempt to judicially outlaw card-check recognition, company neutrality during organizing drives, and even the right to worksite access if the firm agrees to it, ran into an apparently skeptical U.S. Supreme Court on Nov. 13… Read the full story at peoplesworld.org.
 
 
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