The industrial revolution led to many problems for workers. These problems lead to the development of Labor Unions.
Workers had many problems that they wanted to change. They worked for a lot of hours for little pay; the workers campaigned for a 10-hour working day. Their working conditions were hazardous to their health. The workers could not solve these problems individually; they needed to become organized and unite.
Some unions were developed. One major Union
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Homestead strike of 1892 and the Pullman strike of 1894 left bad impressions on the public because they tried to stop the operation of businesses that were vital to the public.
The industrial revolution lead to the increase of America economy but it also caused problems for workers. These problems were endeavored to be solved in the ways stated above but did not work until a successful union came into operation called the American labor union organization.