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Labor and government help regulate the workplace, 1900-1950

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The Strike at Colt's The Hartford Courant (1923-1991); May 14, 1941; ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Hartford Courant, p. 10.

Colt's Strike Is Settled Firm's Offer Accepted Return To Work Today: ... The Hartford Courant (1923-1991); May 15, 1941; ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Hartford Courant pg. 1.

Connecticut State Library. “Strike of 1935 - Recreation for Workers.” Flickr, Yahoo!, 18 Nov. 2009.

“PLAN TO END COLT TIE-UP.; Strike Chief Submits 4-Point Program to Governor Cross.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 29 Apr. 1935.

“Strike of 1935 - Dining Hall for Workers.” CONTENTdm,