The Winnipeg general strike.
The Winnipeg General Strike:
A revolution is the forcible overthrow of a government or social order, in favor of a new system (Oxford Dictionary). Does it apply to the Winnipeg General Strike in 1919? Was what happened to Winnipeg an attempt of a revolution? This essay will attempt to answer these questions.
General strikes are violent events that are unlikely to be created in a day. They are usually created from many years of bitterness. One of the events that led up to the strike was many of the soldiers that came back from World War I were not able to get their jobs back. The soldiers…
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