The National Labor Union (NLU) was the first national labor federation in the
United States. Founded in 1866 and dissolved in 1873, it paved the way for other
Jul 20, 1998 ... National Labor Union (NLU), in U.S. history, a political-action movement that from
1866 to 1873 sought to improve working conditions through ...
Still, the ratio of labor to management was so large that national organization was
inevitable. The first group to clear the hurdles was the National Labor Union.
On August 20, 1866, the newly organized National Labor Union called on
Congress to mandate an eight-hour workday. A coalition of skilled and unskilled
The National Labor Relations Board is an independent federal agency that
protects the rights of private sector employees to join together, with or without a
The National Labor Union. The first large-scale U.S. union was the National
Labor Union, founded in 1866 to organize skilled and unskilled laborers, farmers,
With increasing industrialization after the Civil War unionism became more and
more important. The National Labor Union (NLU), a federation of national and ...
The Build America union - half a million strong fighting for better wages and
benefits, safer job sites and greater opportunity.
Members, Union <sup>1</sup>. 2,731,419, National Education Association of the United
States <sup>2</sup>. 1,505,100, Service Employees International Union <sup>3</sup>. 1,459,511,
The history of unions in the United States exploded in the nineteenth century with
the founding of the National Labor Union (NLU) in 1866. Unlike today's unions ...