Nissan workers have travelled twice from Mississippi to France to show government officials there proof of Nissan's illegal anti-union tactics.
On Sept. 4, 1918, U.S. troops landed at Archangel, in northern Russia, seeking to overthrow the new workers' government that had ousted the czar a year earlier.
Bullard was rejected by the U.S. Army Air Service because only white pilots were allowed to serve.
Philippe Varin's decision to cut 8,000 jobs and close a factory in France has rightly provoked shock and outrage.
240 locked-out workers from the Roquette corn-milling plant turned to national and international unions to garner support.