Today in Labor History

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February 6, 1919

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25,000 workers in Seattle, Washington, join the call for a general strike in solidarity with 35,000 shipyard workers on strike for increased wages. The Seattle general strike lasted for five days.  [Photo:  Serving food to striking workers in one of the restaurants established by the strike committee and Central Labor Council.]

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