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Local 100

Canada, 1950 (MIFF 1954, Films and Labour)

story of Local 100, an affiliate of a national union. The sudden dismissal of an employee makes others realise their lack of job security. By collective bargaining, the employees obtain a contract providing job security and improved conditions. The democratic procedure followed throughout process the contention that free trade unionism is one of the strongest pillars of democracy.

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