Winnipeg. General Strike. Defense Committee. 1919. The Winnipeg General Sympathetic Strike, May-June, 1919: Trial by jury destroyed by stampede forty-five minute legislation, workers arrested and rushed to penitentiary to smash strike, leading lawyers, members of Employers' Committee of 1000, engaged by federal government to prosecute workers: Strikes, arrests, trials, penitentiary: Prepared by the Defense Committee composed of delegates from the various labor organizations in Winnipeg, Manitoba. [Winnipeg]: Wallingford, .
- Physical description: 276 p., ports.; 21 cm.
- Language: English
- At head of title: "Saving the world from democracy." Running title: "History of Winnipeg Strike, 1919." Also included within Norman Penner, editor, Winnipeg 1919: The Strikers' own history of the Winnipeg General Strike , Toronto: James Lewis & Samuel, 1973.
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