Labor Month in Review

July 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Jul72, Vol. 95 Issue 7, p2
Academic Journal
Reports on the views and opinions expressed by leading practitioners in collective bargaining in the U.S. during the Annual Collective Bargaining Forum held in May 1972. Theodore W. Kheel; George Meany; W.J. Usery Jr.; Sam Kagel; Malcome G. House.


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