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Books About Labor Day: Essential Reads to Understand the Holiday

Labor Day, celebrated on the first Monday of September in the United States, is a day dedicated to the achievements and contributions of the American workforce. It is a time to acknowledge the hard work, resilience, and determination that has helped shape the country’s economy and society. One way to better understand and appreciate the ...