Today in Labor History

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September 24, 1918

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Today in labor history, September 24, 1918:  The Canadian government outlaws the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) and other organizations.  Penalty for membership was set at five years in prison.  The ban on the IWW was lifted after World War I ended.

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