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1When you think about all the benefits we have received in our jobs we dont realize how lucky we are We have to thank all of the labor leaders who spent most of their time and effort in order for us to have the luxury to work in a safe environment work reasonable hours and receive a fair paycheck Two labor leaders I will talk about is George Meanly and Walter Rather George mean as born in New York City around 1894 and died around 1979 Walter Rather was born on September 1 1907 in Wheeling West Virginia Both were great labor leaders who achieved several goals for laborers Rather worked to achieve goals for workers as well as achieving national goals to try and help the country Meanly mostly worked to help the country I will compare and contrast five of their major goals and explain who had the best goals for America Reuthers first major goal was to have a National system of healthcare Reuther grew up from a poor family so they probably didnt have any kind of healthcare He believed that everyone no matter what their status should be provided with some type of healthcare in which they can be taken care of in any type of emergency His next goal was for Civil Rights Reuther wanted everyone to be treated fairly and that there should be no discrimination when it comes to employment So no matter what your race color sex religion or origin you will be treated fair and equally His next to goals go together The first is being paid the same or pay equity Reuther believed that each worker should be paid the same salary for doing the same amount of work as everybody as well as working in the same working environment as everybody else This also ties in with his next major goal women should be paid equally Women should
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