antilabor law

  • 1an|ti|la|bor — «AN tee LAY buhr», adjective. opposed to or thought of as being in opposition to labor, especially organized labor: »an antilabor law …

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  • 2Indian termination policy — was a policy that the United States Congress implemented in 1950s and 1960s to assimilate the Native Americans (Indians) with mainstream American society, by terminating the government s trusteeship of Indian reservations and making Indians… …

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  • 3Thomas E. Latimer — (1879 ndash;1937) was an American lawyer who served as the Minnesota Farmer Labor Party mayor of Minneapolis, Minnesota from 1935 to 1937. His mayoral term coincided with a period of labor unrest in the city. Prior to that, Latimer worked as a… …

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  • 4Silverberg, Paul — (1876 1959)    industrialist; a leading figure in the RdI. Born in the town of Bedburg, near Cologne, to a Jewish industrialist (he was baptized a Protestant*), he took a doctorate in law and founded a legal practice. Upon his father s death in… …

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