Labor and the economy in 1973

Defina, Catherine C.
January 1974
Monthly Labor Review;Jan74, Vol. 97 Issue 1, p9
Academic Journal
Presents updates on labor relations and economic conditions in the United States in 1973. Expansion of output and employment; Controls policies; Growth of price increases.


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