NYT: Let Wronged Workers Join Together

October 2, 2017

In 1938, a 42-year-old autoworker named Florence St. John was angry about being paid less than men doing the same job on a General Motors assembly line in Lansing, Michigan. Banding together with two dozen other women, she sued one of the world’s most powerful companies and won history’s first big […]

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