Strike-maker or Strike-breaker? Bernard Partridge Cartoons from Punch magazine
Strike-maker or Strike-breaker? John Bull. "What's that for?" Labour. "To control my house and protect you." John Bull. "I see. (Aside) I hope it won't be the other way round."
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