From Model-T to Medicare--Paragraphs From History

Groom, Phyllis
July 1965
Monthly Labor Review;Jul65, Vol. 88 Issue 7, p778
Academic Journal
Traces the history of the journal 'Monthly Labor Review.' Type of articles published by MLR in its early days; Impact of events such as the war and the 1919 steel strike on the labor sector and the journal; Publication of articles reflecting the consequences of industrialization; Depression and recovery during the 1930s; Articles on foreign labor; Advent on World War II; Postwar developments.


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