In autumn 1967 a wave of strikes erupted with the British miners, dockers and printers taking the lead. After years of Labour government the workers were demanding measures against the worsening conditions they were experiencing. Ted Grant argued that the TUC, which had adopted the demand for a national minimum wage of £15, should mobilise the workers to put pressure on the Labour government to enforce it. He also called for the nationalisation of the 380 big monopolies to provide the necessary means for a decisive change.
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