Chronology of Recent Labor Events

July 1965
Monthly Labor Review;Jul65, Vol. 88 Issue 7, p867
Academic Journal
Presents a chronology of labor events in the United States in June 1965. Communications Workers' removal of an administratorship over New York Local 1101 whose officers were removed by the union; Settlement between Reynolds Metals Co. and the Aluminum Workers; Return to work of members of the Newspaper Guild after a strike; Certification requirement for fully-employed Longshoremen and Warehousemen.


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