100 years ago on August 26th 1913, Big Jim Larkin led the workers of Dublin in industrial action against William Martin Murphy and the Employers Federation. Murphy’s trams gound to halt and the resulting strike led to a 4 month lockout. The marchers, protesters, demonstrators, whatever they were called, were baton charged and Irish society and industrial relations were never the same again.
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