If you live in the U.S.A., (and Canada, apparently), you might not know why the first of May called Labour Day in some parts of the world, or why it’s not called that in those two countries.
Fortunately, Thoughtslime is here with an important – and very relevant – history lesson, and a bit of info about the movement for a general strike.
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