Definition of "labor movement" 
- (noun) an organized attempt by workers to improve their status by united action (particularly via labor unions) or the leaders of this movement
Use "labor movement" in a sentence
- "Once again the Kurfan labor movement united temporarily and succeeded in electing a prominent socialist intellectual, Jaime Arboles, as president."
- "In 1958 Arboles became concerned about the growing power of the Communist elements in the labor movement and outlawed the Communist Party."
- "As the years went by, General Henli became more and more oppressive and finally forced the labor movement to a standstill."