A Report From the National Farm Labor Conference

Groom, Phyllis
March 1965
Monthly Labor Review;Mar65, Vol. 88 Issue 3, p275
Academic Journal
Discusses the topics during the National Farm Labor Conference in the United States in 1964. Improvement in the social and economic status of rural life; Employment of domestic workers; Legislations for the agricultural labor.


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