Today in Labor History

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January 20, 1934


The Nazis adopt the “Act on the Regulation of National Labor,” replacing independently negotiated collective agreements.  The act read, in part, “The leader of the plant makes the decisions for the employees and laborers in all matters concerning the enterprise….  He is responsible for the well-being of the employees and laborers.  [They] owe him faithfulness.”


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