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|BRITISH FISTS FLY IN COAL DISPUTE|
|Government Court of Inquiry Convenes Today in Effort To Stave Off Huge Strike.|
|M'CANN, CHARLES M - The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.|
|Date:||Jul 17, 1925|
|Abstract (Document Summary)|
Fists have flown for the first time as a result of the darkening condition of British miners, but despite this localized rioting, the government refuses to view the situation as hopeless.
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