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Broadside with black text on beige paper and a drawing of a prison guard. Title and arrow (denoting a major point) in red
Opposition to the "Lacroix Bill"  --  proposed labour legislation under consideration by the provincial House of Commons, Nova Scotia, 1948
Source: Labor-Progressive Party. The beginning-- where will it stop?
[Nova Scotia] : United Mine Workers of America, District 26, [1948] -- 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 47 x 31 cm. -- Entire work
© United Mine Workers of America, District 26. Reproduced with the permission of Robert Burchell.

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