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Monday, September 4, 2017

Labor Day, is a national holiday celebrating the contributions of workers to the USA economy. It has also come to mark the unofficial end of summer.

The first Monday in September became an official holiday in 1894 after a push by the nation's labor unions. For decades, cities used the occasion to stage large parades honoring unionized factory workers.

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