United Auto Workers

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UAW in the News

April 9, 1935: Auto Workers Pledge Assistance In Case of Rubber Strike (The Portsmouth Times)

April 23, 1935: Auto Workers Stage Walkout (Waycross Journal-Herald)

January 11, 1936: Wisconsin Auto Truce is Seen (NYT)

November 23, 1936: Bendix Siege Blocks Parley Plans (Pittsburgh Press)

November 25, 1936 : Union Recognition Ends Bendix Strike (NYT)

November  30, 1936: National Affairs: Strategic Sit­Down (TIME)

December 7, 1936: National Affairs: Second Sit-Down, Lie-Down (TIME)

December 31, 1936: 33,400 Men Made Idle; “Sit-Down” Strikes Close 7 General Motors Plants (NYT)

January 4, 1937: Auto Workers Union has Eight Demands (The Lewiston Daily Sun)

January 28, 1937: Court Ouster of Strikers Asked by General Motors  (NYT)

February 11, 1937: Day-by-Day Developments In Strike Controversies (Pittsburgh Press)

February 12, 1937: Dates and Events in Motors Strike (NYT)

March 22, 1937: Detroit Unionists Permitted to Hold Mass Rally Today (NYT)

March 22, 1937: Auto Workers Extend Union (St. Petersburg Times)

April 26, 1937:  LABOR: Border War (TIME)

May 7, 1937: Power of UAWA makes Rapid Gains (NYT)