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Michigan labor history: Organizing in tough times

Sit-down demonstrators leave the Fleetwood and Cadillac plant in Detroit during a General Motors strike in the winter of 1936. The United Auto Workers was formed in Detroit in 1935, putting Michigan at the heart of the labor movement as Americans struggled with the effects of the Great Depression.

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Michigan labor history: Organizing in tough times