Bad Day

Labor Day has a curious history:

The Haymarket square massacre and subsequent show trials occurred in the U.S., and labor organizations throughout the world celebrated May Day in solidarity with their U.S. labor counterparts, who quickly moved to distance themselves from those movements that were aware of, and emphasized, class conflict. After the massacre of union members at the Pullman Strike, U.S. labor organizations began celebrating their own labor day, in September — almost the antipodal opposite of May Day

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