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June 6, 1988


A three-day nationwide general strike involving an estimated 2.5 million people is underway in South Africa, called for by unions and anti-apartheid groups in opposition to the apartheid government’s two-year old state of emergency and proposed legislation that would restrict the right to strike. 


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