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In 1973 there were many labor victories. One such victory was that the Shell Oil company workers settled a labor contract that improved their working conditions. Many workers throughout the country made huge strides in successfully signing union labor contracts. Below the articles there are photographs that depict union members and supporters cooking together, either at a rally or a strike. The images included demonstrate the solidarity that steamed within the movement.
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"Liberation News: Noticias de Liberación" (1973). States. 66.