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British dock workers supported the United States farm workers by refusing to accept grapes that were harvested by scab workers and imported by growers. Included are articles that highlight the pro-union perspectives and struggles of workers within Connecticut and Georgia. The efforts of all farm workers and unions striving for the betterment of working conditions.
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"British Dock Workers Stop Grapes & Teamsters: Los Trabajadores Portuarios Británicos Detienen las Uvas y Los Camioneros" (1974). States. 62.