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June 14, 1911

ImageTransport workers on strike in Liverpool over wages, hours, and union recognition, call for a general strike when the employers’ Shipping Federation refuses to negotiate with the unions affiliated with the Transport Workers Federation.  The strike was a success and within weeks the workers’ demands were met, inspiring a wave of similarly successful strikes by other industries in the city over the following months.

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