Today in Labor History

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June 26, 1894

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In solidarity with striking Pullman workers, members of the American Railway Union, led by Eugene V. Debs, refuse to run trains that include Pullman cars.  By June 29, over 125,000 workers on 29 railroads had joined the boycott.

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