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Iraq Under Siege: The Deadly Impact of Sanctions and War
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10 page pamphlet essay by historian Liz Willis.
"Financial crisis, national (coalition) government imposing a programme of drastic cuts in wages, supposedly forced on them by the state of the world economy, and insisting on the need for public-sector workers to accept a lowering of living standards, extending even to the armed forces, in the national interest... The year was 1931, and one of the first and most effective shows of resistance came in an unexpected quarter."
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