International Unions: How Influential Are They?

May 1966
Monthly Labor Review;May66, Vol. 89 Issue 5, p518
Academic Journal
Comments on an article on Canadian labor by William Dodge, previously published in the periodical 'Federated Railwayman.' Attitudes of workers toward trade-unions; Influence of international trade unions on Canada's trade-union policy; Examples of Canada's independence from international unions.


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