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Throughout the United States, Labor Day Parades are held to celebrate "the strength and esprit de corps of the trade and labor organizations". Labor Day also signifies the unofficial end of summer.
Labor Day has been recognized as an official US holiday since 1894, although the meaning of Labor Day has changed over time. The labor movement has shifted over the course of US history, and today the holiday is celebrated more as a day of rest and parties, and a reprieve from the daily grind. Once upon a time, however, Labor Day celebrated the strength and plight of the nation's trade unions, including the AFL-CIO. Speeches highlighting the significance of labor day were traditionally made by prominent politicians and labor leaders. Although these customs still survive into the present... more
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