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Slightly more than one-half of the total number of strikes reported in the first table above had a duration of 3 days or less, an additional 29.2 per cent lasting from 4 to 10 days. But 4.8 per cent lasted more than 30 days.
Of the 5,221 strikes considered in the second table, 34 per cent involved from 1 to 49 employees, an additional 20.4 per cent falling in the next class, so that 54.4 per cent of all the strikes involved fewer than 100 employees each.
The last series of tables presented for strikes in Italy show for industries other than agriculture the number of strikes each year from 1879 to 1903 for which results are reported, together with the number of employees involved in the strikes that succeeded, those that succeeded partly, and those that failed. These are classified according to the four principal causes, other causes being grouped under a fifth general head. The tables follow:
CAUSES AND RESULTS OF STRIKES IN ITALY, BY YEARS, 1879 TO 1903.
CAUSES AND RESULTS OF STRIKES IN ITALY, BY YEARS, 1879 TO 1903–Continued.
For increase of wages. Against reduction of wages. For reduction of hours. Against increase of hours. Other causes..
13,840 3, 915 2,088
4, 460 2, 435
CAUSES AND RESULTS OF STRIKES IN ITALY, BY YEARS, 1879 TO 1903- Continued.
a Not including 27 agricultural strikes, not reported by causes, of which 8 were successful, 11 were CAUSES AND RESULTS OF STRIKES IN ITALY, BY YEARS, 1879 TO 1903-Concluded.