CONSIDERING that a depression in the coal zones has led to the loss of tens of thousands of jobs, which reduces contributions to the Fund at a time when the number of pensioners receiving benefits is at its peak; and in May 1946, the National Bituminous Coal Wage Agreement established a health, welfare and pension fund, supported by a tax of five cents per ton on all coal produced by bituminous coal companies. The 1950 Bituminous Coal Wage Agreement between the United Mine Workers of America and the Bituminous Coal Operators Association is called the Mechanization Contract, since it authorized full mechanization in union coal mines. From the 1950s to the 1970s, several updates to the agreement were updated in an effort to satisfy miners enough to end accidental wildcat strikes at the most coal mines across the country. Until 1974, the coal industry led the country to the rate of work stoppages in one year, ten times more than in other sectors. CONSIDERING that the historic Krug Lewis agreement created a social protection and pension fund, the . payments to minors, their relatives and survivors, in respect of loss of wages that are not at all or adequately under federal or national legislation and that fall back on illness …, permanent disability, death or retirement …; September 26, 1935 – May 28, 1936. Correspondence, 1935-36. Recordings of the wage dispute between the Sahara mine and Wesson, 1934-35. Graphs (5 positions): Volume of sales of bituminous coal (1882-1930) and petroleum (1900-30), 1930 (1 unit).

Electricity production (1919-26), consumption (1923-26), demand growth (1839-1919) and comparisons of trade indices (1913-27), 1919-27 (4 positions). Textual documents: correspondence, memoranda and reports on coal classification, minimum prices and code assumptions, 1935-36. Legal Notices, Complaints, Briefs and Court Orders, 1935-36. Contracts, Exhibitions and Collective Agreements of the National Coal Association, 1935-36. . . .

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