Today in Labor History

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December 23, 1928

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Citing economic depression in the industry, Judge Lionel Oscar Lukin rules that timber mill workers in Australia must accept increased hours of work and decreased wages.  The resulting strike in February 1929 – supported by workers across a number of industries and community organizations – lasted nearly nine months.

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