Today in Labor History

Labor history is OUR history

May 8, 1838

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The People’s Charter — submitted by the London Working Men’s Association with six million signatures — is published in England as a parliamentary bill.  Although the charter was not enacted, most of its demands were passed into law during the century after the end of the Chartist movement.

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