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This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of The American Labor Movement.
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The American Labor Movement

Summary: Explores the history of the American Labor movement. Compares the status of American workers past and present.
In this piece of writing, I would explain why the present is just the result of a series of movement do it in the past. Since the Gilded Age let to the Depression, and this one let us to the Decade that roared, and as you can visualize the present is the combination.

During the Gilded Age, many American do not wanted to evolved or there was an ignorance of why people has to develop since a person earned a deprived salary even that they work until their bodies could stand no more . Also you may no that they was not a social and medical compensation as now.

As the title said "Every action has a reaction" given that all thing have to change, people understand the meaning to try your best in everything and get better every day went the GREAT UPHEAL which involve many...

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