Law Jr., Gordon T.
January 1976
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan76, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p269
Academic Journal
The article presents a list of books related to labor-management relations, including "The Development of Industrial Relations in Nationalized Industries in Post-war Britain," by J. D. M. Bell, "Labor Relations in the Public Safety Services," by Mollie H. Bowers and "Role of the National Commission for Industrial Peace," by David L. Cole.


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