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Nearly a million American workers have gone out on strike since the New Deal began. Probably as many as l00,000 men are out today, the total rising or falling as old disputes are adjusted and new strikes begin. The number of disputes brought to the attention of the Bureau of Labor Statistics has increased fourfold in the last six months and more than 500 per cent as compared with the average for 1932.  >>more...>>

Title:     The Right to Strike
Author:    Hallgren, Mauritz A.
Publication:     The Nation
Date:     November 8, 1933

Publisher:     The Nation
Type:     Article

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Permissions:     Permission granted for non-commercial, educational purposes by The Nation

Notes:     Vol. 137, No. 3566, p. 530.