Joe Hill is an American labor movement legend whose stories and songs contributed heavily to the growth of unions in the early part of the last century.  Because only die-hard unionists may know who he was and the role he played, the NY Daily News just wrote a short story about him that others might want to look through—if only to see the connection to The Boss. If about the American worker intrigue you, here is a recording of the top then of all time.

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