Foreign News: Transportation Strike

For the third time since the assumption of power by the Labor Party, London transportation facilities were disrupted.

A non-union walk-out of power station workers of the Great Western and London Electric Railways paralyzed the London subway system. The strike was said to have been inspired by Communists, who advised the men to take direct action, independently of their unions, in demanding an increased wage.

The National Union of Railway Men, to which the strikers belong, declared the strike to be illegal, in a manifesto reported as follows: "The people responsible for calling the...

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