Labor Days of the past and present

HUDSON: A DAY OF RECOGNITION, BUT FOR WHAT? For most Americans Labor Day is the bookend summer holiday which closes the family vacation months that begin each year with Memorial Day. Not one in a thousand could tell you it was established by a unanimous vote of Congress in 1894. Fewer still would know why […]

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