Professor Papke’s Book on Pullman Case Cited in Huffington Post

Posted on Categories Labor & Employment Law, Marquette Law School, Public

As we all relax today, Labor Day, and enjoy a Monday off of work and school, how many of us have thought about the origins of this day, the day to honor workers?

The Huffington Post explains the origins of Labor Day—arising from a labor strike turned bloody in the 1890s—and references our own Professor David Papke, who in 1999, authored The Pullman Case: The Clash of Labor and Capital in Industrial America.

For more on the meaning of today, with a reference to and quote from Professor Papke, see here.

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