Women's Trade Union League

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Founded in 1903 as an alliance of working women with middle- and upper-class reformers, the National Women's Trade Union League (NWTUL) wedded feminism with class concerns to create the Progressive Era's most effective voice for working-class women.


Subjects: United States History.

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