Trade and Services

March 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Mar68, Vol. 91 Issue 3, p116
Academic Journal
Discusses developments in collective bargaining in the trade and service industries in the U.S., as of 1968. Contracts negotiated by the Chicago Teamsters Local 705 for employees of filling stations and carwash employees; Contracts negotiated by the Mountain States Employers Council and the Retail Clerks Local 7 for store clerks and carry-out employees.


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