Picketing foreign-flag ships

Skotzko, Eugene
August 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Aug72, Vol. 95 Issue 8, p54
Academic Journal
Focuses on a labor case in the United States, which dealt with proposal to exempt a labor dispute from the Norris-LaGuardia Act's ban on antilabor injunctions. Interference with foreign trade and commerce; Houston, Texas-based Port Authority's efforts to enjoin a peaceful picketing of several ships flying foreign flags.


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