The UAW Struggle
18.75 in HIGH x 22.125 in WIDE
(47.62 cm HIGH x 56.2 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom left: UAW" logo". | Bottom right: Allied Printing Union Label" logo 32". | On back: "Additional copies of / UAW "This Union Cause" Posters / may be obtained from / UAW Education Department / 8000 East jefferson Avenue / Detroit 14, Michigan 48214 / Price, 3 copies for $1.00 / "Allied Printing Union Label" logo 32 / (c) 1962 International Union - UAW".

Poster is printed on white paper. Poster is a collage of images. At the bottom are soliders in combat, at the top left are men sitting around a table in a automobile factory and at the right are two men in suits reading over documnets. At the bottom right of the poster is text that reads "The UAW Struggle". Below this title are two columns of text that reads: "The UAW rank and file built their union by bitter struggle. / When the giant auto companies refused to recognize their / representatives, the workers cried, "sit down!" / Michigan''s Governor Frank Murphy refused to use the / troops to evict the workers. On February 11, 1937, John / L. Lewis negotiated the first UAW agreement with General / Motors calling for recognition of the union as nargaining / agent for its members. Other companies followed suit / when they found the workers equally deteremined.".
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