Learn What Happened Today in Labor History April 1

Today in Labor History April 1, 1649: Diggers occupied St. George’s Hill, in Surrey, England. They seized the land to hold in common in order to grow food. As a result of their success, other Digger communities followed in other regions. The Diggers are sometimes seen as forerunners of modern anarchism. In 1966, members of …

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