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North Dakota Governor William Langer responded to Local Union 106 in Harrisburg, Illinois, on March 29, 1934. The Union had written to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt pleading for an end to the machines and technology which have replaced the labor of the American working class. Langer was non-committal in his response thanking the Union for sending a copy of their letter.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Technology, Labor
Local Union 106
Edgar Boles, John Carrigan, Calvin Johnson, William Langer, Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Langer, William, "Governor Langer to Local Union 106 in Harrisburg, Illinois, 1934" (1934). William Langer Papers. 42.