Spain: Bombs Again

Trouble is building up again for Spain's Dictator Francisco Franco. Ten weeks after settlement of the first successful strike in El Candillo's 25-year reign, the tough coal miners of Asturias once more were leaving the pits, pressing demands for a five-day week and calling for still more cash to add to their newly won wage increases. At week's end 10,000 workers at 15 mines were off the job.

As if that were not enough, the protest bombs of Franco's bitter political enemies were exploding anew in the streets of Spanish cities. There...

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