Lou Broten

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Index: Saskatchewan homesteading, early farming, depression, Edmonton Motors union, Edmonton 1940s, Hanna Alberta, household expenses, Canadian National (CN), CBFRT, World War Two navy, Halifax ammunition boats, CBRT, Canadian Congress of Labour, Trades and Labour Congress, AFL-CIO merger, racism, “colour line”, right-to-work, railway unions, railway brakemen, railway working conditions, railway fuel, coal, Manning government, labour and politics, Canadian Ukrainian Youth Federation, Non-Partisan League, Canadian Pacific Railway strike, Kellogg Commission, railway safety, locomotive engineers, H.A. Gilbert, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, Ed Giller, Chicago Northwestern Railway, Pinkerton’s, Eugene Debs, worker militancy, Alberta labour laws, union control over members, union education, Home School Association, Edmonton Voters Association, Brian Mason, Julian Kiniski, New Democratic Party, globalization, Edmonton Senior, depression, blackballing