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How Operation Solidarity became Operation Soldout

In 1983 a general strike movement, Operation Solidarity, swept British Columbia. This pamphlet is the story of how months of protests against the provincial government coalesced into Operation Solidarity. Before it was called off by the union leadership, 85,000 workers had joined a general strike.

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