Maoriland Worker, Volume 4, Issue 110, 25 April 1913, Page 8
The Socialists in the French Chamber of Deputies have decided to oppose the additional war appropriation of 20,--000,000 demanded by the Government. They demand instead that the Chamber vote £26,000,000 for the public schools. It is easily seen what party is still the friend of progress and vice versa.
In the well-known automobile factory of Renault, Paris, a strike has practically stopped all work; the'strike has been brought about by the introduction of the Taylor speeding-up system which has made the conditions of the workers almost unbearable.
At the end of 1912 there were 198 municipal employment bureaus in 180 towna.
In Paris 2,500 workers employed on public buildings have been locked out on account of waegs differences.