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The origins of the Sailors' Union of the Pacific go back to March 6, 1885, when the Coast Seamen's Union was organized on the San Francisco waterfront by a group of three hundred sailors dissatisfied by the wages and conditions aboard ship that existed at that time.

In 1886, the Steamship Sailors' Union was organized and in 1891 merged with the Coast Seamen's Union to form the Sailors' Union of the Pacific.

The Sailors' Union of the Pacific has been in continuous operation, through good times and bad, for over 115 years an achievement unequaled by any maritime union in the world. 

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"Entering our third century of continuous operation, the mission remains unchanged: to maintain and develop skill in seamanship, to effect a change in maritime law towards the development of the American Merchant Marine, to assist the seamen of other countries towards the establishment of the Brotherhood of the Sea."
The SUP's Monthly Newspaper - Mar 2014 issue

Jones Act targeted by European Union
A leaked draft European Commission proposal on services obligations for the U.S.-EU free trade talks contains language that is aimed at dismantling the Jones Act.

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