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STRIKES IN FRANCE, BY YEARS, 1890 TO 1905. (The figures shown in this table for the years 1890 to 1899 were mostly obtained from a summary published in the report for the year 1899. The totals do not in some cases agree with the figures on pages 838 and 839, which were obtained from the several annual reports.]
During the sixteen-year period from 1890 to 1905 there were 8,570 strikes. Of these 8,497 affected 64,838 establishments, 8,552 involved 2,043,232 strikers, and an aggregate of 34,443,061 working-days was reported lost on account of strikes.
Of the 8,554 strikes for which the results were reported, 2,044, or 23.9 per cent, succeeded; 3,028, or 35.4 per cent, succeeded partly, and 3,482, or 40.7 per cent, failed. Of the 60,531 establishments involved for which the results of the strikes were reported, 10,842, or 17.9 per cent, were in strikes which succeeded; 35,133, or 58.0 per cent, in strikes which succeeded partly, and 14,556, or 24.1 per cent, in strikes which failed. Of the 2,040,826 strikers for whom the results of strikes were reported, 312,440, or 15.3 per cent, were in strikes which succeeded; 1,127,849, or 55.3 per cent, in strikes which succeeded partly, and 600,537, or 29.4 per cent, in strikes which failed.
The following table shows the total number of strikes and the number which succeeded, succeeded partly, and failed, the total number of strikers, and the number of strikers reported in strikes which succeeded, succeeded partly, and failed each year from 1890 to 1905, by groups of industries.
RESULTS OF STRIKES IN FRANCE, BY INDUSTRIES AND YEARS, 1890 TO 1905.
e Not including establishments not reported from 1890 to 1893.