It was a serious of coal mining strike with bombings and executions. Coal miners also wanted better working conditions and better wages.
This was a strike that only lasted 2 months. This strike was by pilots from Chicago Air Lines following a proposal in early February by company owner Errett Lobban Cord and workers wanted the company owner to cut wages by up to 40%.
In 1934 Minneapolis was one of the major hauling centers of the United States and the major distribution center in the Upper Midwest. Thousands of truck drivers were employed in the city's trucking industry, but many were unorganized.
It was an industry wide labor strike lasting for only three and a half months. It was organized by the Northwest Council of Sawmill and Timber Workers Union.
It was against the General Motors that changed the United Automobile Workers from the industry into a major labor union. This led to the domestic United States automobile industry.
It was made by the American Federation of Hosiery Workers. It was an unsuccessful strike lasting thirteen months. It was the world's largest hosiery mill.
It was a strike made by the Steel Workers Organization against a number of smaller steel producing companies. It was also one of the most violent strikes of the 1930s