Union del Trabajo de Filipinas
Union del Trabajo de Filipinas was a trade union confederation in the Philippines. It was formed, with support of the U.S. administration of William H. Taft, as a substitute for the defunct Union Obrera Democratica Filipina. UTF was modelled after the American Federation of Labor, and represented a much more moderate political line than its predecessor. Lope K. Santos, head of the union at the Katubusan Cigar and Cigarette Factory, was the president of UTF. Political rivalries led to the dissolution of UTF in 1907.
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