what are the respective strengths of WTLC(workers) and the opponents (management) in the Winnipeg general strike?

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  1. Leo/George please use the same name for your posts. Also read at least one of the articles I posted for you. You might also use the Canada Encyclopedia article.

  2. I looked and I couldn't find any I need 3 points for each side

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  4. How much did you really read between the time I posted that link and your answer above 7 minutes later?

  5. what does respective strengths mean

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  6. What were the main arguments for each side in that strike? Which were the strongest arguments? Why did the workers strike? Why did the employers refuse their demands?

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