Organizing a Wartime Shipyard: The Union Struggle for a Closed Shop at West Coast Shipbuilders Limited 1941-44

Madsen, Chris
May 2010
Labour / Le Travail;Spring2010, Vol. 65, p283
Academic Journal
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