Attitudes Toward Unionism of Active and Passive Members

February 1966
Monthly Labor Review;Feb66, Vol. 89 Issue 2, p175
Academic Journal
Discloses the results of a survey on attitudes toward trade unionism of active and passive members in the U.S. Relationship between participation in union affairs and positive attitudes toward unionism; Responsibilities of union leaders.


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