In the spring and summer of 1934 the longshoremen struck in San Francisco which led to the formation of the ILWU; auto workers struck a plant in Ohio, seeking recognition of their union, and in Minneapolis the teamsters struck for union rights and and those of the unemployed. Unions supported the social welfare and labor protection programs of the New Deal.
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