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In San Juan, Puerto Rican fought against injustices and inhumane working conditions. Due to those injustices, they decided to strike and protest such actions. As a result, the National Guard was called against individuals exercising their right to protest. The article that follows focuses on the famine that Africa faced during the 1970s. The last article included is in regards to the death of a Guatemalan worker.
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"International News: Noticias Internacionales" (1973). Subjects. 207.