Winnipeg General Strike

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History

 

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Kelley G

 

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August 21, 2015

 

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The Canadian working class was being treated without any social justice. So they had one choice, to stand up and make their voices be heard because if they did not fight, resist, organize and unify to get the power to control their own lives then they would have had to wear the exaggerated look of captivity...
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Was what happened to Winnipeg an attempt of a revolution? The Canadian working class wanted a revolution, which they deserved, and had the right to strike against the government. For example, the government promised returning soldiers jobs and more money but they did not receive what they were promised and people were being paid extremely low wages compared to what they deserved...
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