Labor History in 2:00 – Father James Renshaw Cox, Formerly a Steelworker, Led March on Washington for Jobs

The year was 1932, a very unusual army marched on Washington, D.C.  Pro-labor Catholic Priest, Father James Renshaw Cox led the march from Pennsylvania to the Nation’s Capital to demand a public work’s program to put people back to work. 

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This has been reposted from The Rick Smith Show.