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RIOTS MARK BRITISH STRIKE AS MILLIONS LEAVE POSTS; 20 HURT IN POLICE CHARGE
Quiet Prevails, However, In Most of British Isles As People Meet Conditions. LABOR CONFIDENT OF GAINING ENDS Baldwin Steadfastly Declares That Labor, Not Government, Must Make First Move for Peace.
M'CANN, CHARLES M - The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: May 5, 1926
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 Abstract (Document Summary)

The strike of organized British labor on behalf of the miners proves, at the end of the first 24 hours, to be widespread but not general.

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