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Date of Birth September 13, 1901
Date of Death 8 May 1990
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Horoscope Virgo

Patrick Chambers (labor organizer) Biography

Patrick Chambers (labor organizer) is a famous , who was born on September 13, 1901 in . According to Astrologers, Patrick Chambers (labor organizer)'s zodiac sign is Virgo.

Pat Chambers (born John Ernest Williams; 13 September 1901 – 8 May 1990) was an influential labor organizer and Communist Party member in the 1930s in California. He was a key figure in some of the largest California agricultural strikes of 1933. Chambers was the inspiration for the character “Mac” in John Steinbeck's 1936 novel, In Dubious Battle.

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Little is known of Chambers prior to his appearance in California in the late 1920s. Prison records give his birthplace as both Ohio and Massachusetts. In a 1972 interview, he alluded to having spent time in the Navy. His San Quentin intake card from April 27, 1935 describes him with a U. S. Navy tattoo of a flag and eagle.

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Pat Chambers was an anarchist before he joined the Communist Party. Chambers had a philosophical interest in anarchism, and during the Sacco and Vanzetti trial encountered some of the “old Wobblies” who steered him towards union activities. In the early 1930s, Chambers was sent by the Communist Party to join in the early organization for the Cannery and Agricultural Workers' Industrial Union (CAWIU). The CAWIU planned to use unrest and oppressive labor conditions in California agriculture to organize strikes.

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He was arrested in Los Angeles in September 1930 for “participating in a Communist unemployed demonstration in the public street one block from the plaza. Chambers was frequently arrested for his union activities and “was taken into custody twenty-five times between 1929 and 1936 as a result of his participation in strikes.

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By 1931, Chambers moved to San Jose, where the Agricultural Workers Industrial League had changed its name to the Cannery and Agricultural Workers Industrial Union. The CAWIU operated under the leadership of the Communist party, and Chambers worked as the District Organizer for $5 per week while Caroline Decker, district secretary, was paid $7.50 a week.

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