|SIXTY-FIVE thousand trade unionists during four July days staged on the shores of San Francisco Bay the second and most widespread general strike in United States history. From the sixteenth through the nineteenth they carried out an extended maneuver which surprised, bewildered, gratified, or terrified and maddened the average citizen. >>more...>>
Title: San Francisco and the General Strike
Author: Taylor, Paul S., and Norman Leon Gold
Publication: Survey Graphic
Date: September, 1934
Publisher: Survey Associates, Inc.
- San Francisco, California
Notes: Vol. 23, No. 9, p. 405