Double Take 'Toons: A Grim Centennial Facebook Twitter Google+ Email March 24, 20118:42 AM ET Commentary The Triangle Shirtwaist fire killed 146 people on March 25, 1911. Are unions necessary? Cartoonists Mike Lester and Randall Enos disagree. politicalcartoons.com Mike Lester/The Rome News-Tribune hide caption toggle caption Mike Lester/The Rome News-Tribune politicalcartoons.com Randall Enos hide caption toggle caption Randall Enos Related NPR Stories 100 Years After Triangle Fire, Are Workers Safer? March 24, 2011 Excerpt: 'Triangle: The Fire That Changed America' March 18, 2011 Double Take 'Toons: Jerk Stoppage? Feb. 25, 2011 Facebook Twitter Google+ Email We no longer support commenting on NPR.org stories, but you can find us every day on Facebook, Twitter, email, and many other platforms. Learn more or contact us.