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The Boston Police Strike in 1919 was justified.
In my opinion the Boston Police Force's decision to go on strike was justified. The policemen were not being unreasonable with their demands. Before the strike Boston police had inadequate salaries, long hours and decrepit working conditions. To say that the police were obligated to do their job is not a valid reason to blame them. If the city of Boston were really that concerned with the welfare of Boston they would have agreed with the Police's demands. The event is one of the first good examples of workers being denied their rights unjustly by a government that doesn't want them to…
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