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In the following cartoon, the sign reads, "The Struggle Against Fascism," and the policeman's speech bubble contains the mandate, "Demonstrating is prohibited."
What does the image indicate about views of workers' demonstrations during the Depression?
Why are the police prohibiting demonstrations?
What is the significance of the struggle against fascism?
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"The Struggle Against Fascism," Die Rote Fahne (5 Nov 1931).
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