In 1916, the workers wanted higher pay, just like in 2016.
In 1916, the work week was 60 hours, then 56 hours, but the workers were fighting for a 40 hour week and decent pay.
Just like today when Gen Y and workers demand $15 an hour, and the establishment - - Republican and Democrat- - refuse.
In Winston Churchill's book in 1916 about the workers' movement the movement is led, in part, by a leader named - - YES, YES, Unbelievable - - Sanders.
If history does not repeat itself, it sure rhymes a lot.
That is a baby Trumpeter Swan trying frantically to get away from me (it succeeded, a win-win for both of us). Trumpeter Swans in Wisconsin have increased ten fold in the last five years, a wonderful development.