Some reflections on organized labor and the new militants

Henle, Peter
July 1969
Monthly Labor Review;Jul69, Vol. 92 Issue 7, p20
Academic Journal
Explores the structure of labor unions and collective bargaining and the opportunities for changing union policies in the U.S. Decentralization of power in the labor movement; Statistics on strikes; Degree of democracy within some unions; Role of government in the protection of union members' rights.


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