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“We mean to uphold the dignity of labor” –Knights of Labor

Did labor unions succeed in this goal in the late 1800s? Why or why not? Use examples to support your answer.

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  1. You've been rickrolled

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  2. In the mid-1800s to late 1800s, labor unions weren’t very effective in accomplishing their goals. There were no laws that gave unions the right to exist. As a result, court decisions rarely supported union activities. Big business owners had all the power, and they rarely gave unions what they wanted.

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  3. there

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  4. thanks

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