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A general strike is a form of protest for social or political goals in which all participants cease all economic activity, such as, working, attending school, shopping, going to the movies, etc. General strikes are organized by large coalitions of political, social, and labor organizations. General strikes might exclude care workers — such as teachers, doctors, and nurses — since these people leaving their jobs could lead to harm. General strikes may also include rallies, marches, boycotts, civil disobedience, non-payment of taxes, and other forms of direct or indirect action.

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