Actions against the High Cost of Living in Slovenia in 1940
Towards the end of 1939 Yugoslavia was forced to adopt war economy. This situation caused a fast increase of unemployment and a higher cost of living. The Yugoslav Communist Party too, joined in the struggle to improve the standard of living; it considered this struggle as an essential part of the general labour movement Due to this fact there not only appeared a tendency towards the unity of the working population irrespective of the party affiliation, the leadership of the communists in the struggle of the entire workers' class was being strengthened as well.
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