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The article explores a protest organized in Federal Hill to decisons by Mayor James E. Dunne and the city officials to ban pushcart vendors. The article explains that 1500 persons of Federal Hill joined in support of the vendors, and held a rally on Balbo Avenue, with various speakers condemning the Alderman's plans.

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This article is part four of a multipart article. Only parts four, six and the conclusion are available.

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Muratore, Joseph R. "Federal Hill Landmarks: The Pushcart Struggle 1930-1942 (Part IV)." The Echo [Providence] 23 Aug. 1979: pp. 44. Print.

The Landmarks of Federal Hill: The Pushcart Struggle 1930-1942 (Part IV)