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In 1974, under the Nixon Administration, hundreds of workers went on strike from varying industries. They demanded high wages and better working conditions. Workers were angry due to low wages and high unemployment rates. Throughout the United States, workers went on strike and boycott various goods in an effort to improve the working conditions of workers across the nation.
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"Workers Anger to Explode in 1974 Strike: La Ira de los Trabajadores Explota En La Huelga de 1974" (1974). Subjects. 239.