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The Winnipeg Strike, 1919
An outline and annotated bibliography on the 1919 Winnipeg Strike.
# 135011 | 750 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Canadian Studies (History, Culture) , Labor Studies (General)


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The paper asserts that the Winnipeg Strike is one of the most important events in labor history as well as in Canadian history. This paper examines the events and circumstances that lead to the strike, mainly industrialization and bad working conditions, unemployment particularly of troops back from the war, inflation and the growth of unionism across North America.

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"The Winnipeg Strike is one of the most important events in labor history as well as in Canadian history. This paper will examine the events and circumstances that lead to the strike: mainly industrialization and bad working conditions, unemployment particularly of troops back from the war, inflation and the growth of unionism across North America. There has been much research done by the historians of the events that took place from May 1919 until the strike forcefully ended in July, but there is some controversy over what the aim of the strike was. Some authors argue that the workers wanted the right to unionize and win the..."

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