1930’s General Motors Strike


The labor conditions were so difficult in the General Motors factories. In the 1930’s the workers had enough. They started to organize a labor union.

Working on the line at General Motors in Flint was a job many men              needed desperately in the 1930’s, but it was also tremendously difficult.              Terrible working conditions, combined with unfair and devious payroll              practices, made the auto plants of Depression-era Flint into ripe              locations for union organization. Click here to read the rest of this interesting article.

Click here to watch this interesting video and learn more about the strike.



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