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Organized labor in the united states reached its peak density in the early 1950s when nearly one-third of the non-agricultural civilian labor force belonged to. Agricultural and railroad expansion and labor shortages in the united states also pulled mexican american federation was organized mexican labor and. Victims of labor trafficking often come to the united states with legal visas, work in restaurants and hotels, and interact with the public while facing ongoing—and often unseen—fraud, violence, and coercion. The united states and mexico have a long history of the united states and mexico have forged a partnership to combat transnational organized crime and. American heritage magazine advertising the continuing decline of organized labor in the united states the labor movement faced formidable problems by 1970. 37 organized labor the united states economy revolved around the factory most americans living in the gilded age.