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STRIKE LOOTING IS RESUMED WHILE BRITISH GOVERNMENT PREPARES FOR FINISH FIGHT
STRIKERS SMASH SHOP WINDOWS AND STEAL FOOD Rioters Surge Through Streets While Mounted Police Crack Heads With Clubs. ATTEMPT IS MADE TO BURN "TIMES" British Parliament Decides To Smash General Strike as Thousands Volunteer Aid.
M'CANN, CHARLES M - The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: May 6, 1926
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Increase of violence--looting, riots and numerous injuries--have followed the promise of Premier Stanley Baldwin in the house of commons that the British government would fight the general strike

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