Bargaining in the Western Lumber Industry

Dana, John L.
August 1965
Monthly Labor Review;Aug65, Vol. 88 Issue 8, p925
Academic Journal
Discusses the bargaining processes in the western lumber industry in the U.S. Functions of Lumber and Sawmill Workers Union (LSW) and International Woodworkers of America (IWA); Conflict between LSW and IWA during 1937; Changes in LSW and IWA structure; Establishment of employer associations to combat the drives among the unorganized and to deal with the unions in cases of the organized.


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