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- After the shipping container revolution of the 1960s, the number of dockworkers required declined by over 90%, and the term "stevedore" has increasingly...
- The International Dockworkers Council (IDC) is an ****ociation formed by organizations of dockworkers from around the world. The IDC was officially founded...
- The Maritime and Dockworkers' Union (MDU) is a trade union representing workers in seaports in Ghana. The union was founded in 1956, with the merger of...
- testify against Friendly to the Waterfront Crime Commission. The other dockworkers play deaf and dumb, in fear for their lives. Terry reconnects with Joey's...
- Stevedore, a type of waterfront workman also called a longs****man or dockworker Docker or dockers may also refer to: Docker, ****bria, a civil parish in...
- The 1895 New Orleans dockworkers m****acre was an attack against black, non-union dockworkers by unionized white workers on March 11 and 12, 1895. The...
- strike by the Martinaise's dockworkers union against the Wild Pines corporation. They s**** out representatives of the dockworkers and the Wild Pines corporation...
- Yamaguchi. Its origins can be traced back to a loose labor union for dockworkers in Kobe before World War II. It is one of the largest criminal organizations...
- earnings in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In November 1919, the dockworkers went on strike over bad management practices, low wages compared to a...
- dockworkers and those in related trades in Nigeria. The union was founded in 1996, when the Government of Nigeria merged four unions: Dockworkers' Union...