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We Do need that Raise: In August, a teacher leaves his summer job bent over with “Fatigue.” In September, school opens and the teacher is again weighed down by “Low Pay,” “Overcrowding,” and “Intimidation.”
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We Do need that Raise: In August, a teacher leaves his summer job bent over with “Fatigue.” In September, school opens and the teacher is again weighed down by “Low Pay,” “Overcrowding,” and “Intimidation.”, result 1 of 1

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Title
We Do need that Raise: In August, a teacher leaves his summer job bent over with “Fatigue.” In September, school opens and the teacher is again weighed down by “Low Pay,” “Overcrowding,” and “Intimidation.”
Work Type
editorial cartoons
cartoons
Date
19 September 1950
Repository
Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Martin P. Catherwood Library, Cornell University
ID Number
6107gb1f129
Keywords
Coercion
Crowding
Salaries
Teaching workload
American Federation of Teachers Local 5
Cartoons
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Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives
227 Ives Hall, ILR School, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853
phone: 607-255-3183 fax: 607-697-0808
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