Public employee developments in 1971

Goldberg, Joseph P.
January 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Jan72, Vol. 95 Issue 1, p56
Academic Journal
Examines public employee developments in the United States in 1971. Legislative bases for public employees labor relations; Membership trends in public employee unions; Elements of public employee labor-management relations.


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