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1. Street Railways—More than 400,000 factory workers in Detroit walked, hitch-hiked, or drove their own cars to work on August 20, as a strike of AFL street car and motor coach operators shut down the municipally-owned transportation system. Many thousands of defense workers were among those unable to get to work on time on the four and one half days that the strike lasted.  >>more...>>

Title:     Six Significant Strikes of 1941
Author:    Seidman, Joel
Publication:     Survey Graphic
Date:     November, 1941

Publisher:     Survey Associates, Inc.
Type:     Article

Listed Under:
Labor Unions

Notes:     Vol. 30, No. 11, p. 578.