Today in Labor History

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March 12, 1951

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Facing rapidly decreasing wages, a skyrocketing cost of living, and massive repression, upwards of 300,000 workers in Barcelona, Spain, build upon a boycott against increased tram fares and walk off their jobs in a general strike. It was the first general strike during Franco’s regime.

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