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.
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