In-Plant Movement of Negroes in the Aerospace Industry

Northrup, Herbert R.
February 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Feb68, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p22
Academic Journal
Focuses on in-plant movement of Negroes in the aerospace industry in the United States. Percentage of employees who are Blacks; Factors that determine upgrading and interplant movement of Negroes.


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