Chronology of Recent Labor Events

August 1967
Monthly Labor Review;Aug67, Vol. 90 Issue 8, p61
Academic Journal
Presents a chronology of events related to labor relations in the United States, from June 5 to June 28, 1967. National Education Association's sanctions against public schools; Legality of a striking union's imposition of fines to members who cross a picket line to work; Court ruling against the U.S. Congress' authority to enact an amendment to the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1966.


Related Articles

  • have your say…STRIKE ACTION.  // Employers Law;Dec2010/Jan2011, p11 

    The article presents the opinion of several people associated with employment law concerning the issue of whether rules covering industrial action need to be changed in favor of the employers in Great Britain. Jim Bligh of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) believes that strike rules...

  • The Common Law of Public Employee Strikes: A New Rule in California. Hogler, Raymond L. // Labor Law Journal;Feb86, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p94 

    The article discusses developments relevant to laws on public sector collective bargaining and the common law of public employee strikes in California. In the recent case of County Sanitation District No. 2 v. Los Angeles County Employees Association Local 660, the California Supreme Court...

  • Section 10(j)--A Modern Strikebreaking Weapon? Rubenstein, Benjamin // Labor Law Journal;Dec60, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p1097 

    This article compares the provisions of Section 10(j) of the Labor Management Relations Act with the Norris-LaGuardia Act. It is concerned with the application of Section 10(j) to "protected" strikes and its effect as a modern weapon of strikebreaking. The author is a New York attorney. INSET:...

  • RECENT CHANGES IN AUSTRALASIAN LAWS AGAINST STRIKES. Clark, Victor S. // Quarterly Journal of Economics;May10, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p561 

    Focuses on changes in Australasian laws against strikes. Methods of regulating wages; Prevention of strikes; Fixing of equitable wages.

  • Employers must authenticate promise to permanently replace strikers. Green, Michael Z. // Corporate Legal Times;Sep96, Vol. 6 Issue 58, p49 

    Discusses the law regarding strikes under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). Employers' permanent replacement of employees engaging in an economic strike; Laws regarding warnings given by employers; Illegality of threatening workers who are contemplating a strike that they would be...

  • NATIONAL EMERGENCY STRIKES: The Danger of Extralegal Success. Sloane, Arthur A. // Business Horizons;Summer67, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p91 

    Examines the prevailing criticisms of the existing laws on strikes in the United States. Criticism of the inflexibility of the act's procedures; Possible reasons for remaining intact; Extralegality of the act; Operations and problems posed by the laws.

  • Labor/management balance in jeopardy. Rankin, Ken // Discount Store News;5/16/94, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p98 

    Discusses how the Striker Bill, a legislation being pushed in Congress that would bar employers from hiring permanent replacements for striking workers, would destroy the labor-management balance. Organized labor's support for the legislation; Businesses' right to carry on operations without...

  • THE HAWAII PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS ACT: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS. Seidman, Joel; Staudohar, Paul D. // ILR Review;Apr73, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p919 

    The article focuses on the Hawaii Public Employment Relations Act of 1970, which to a greater extent than many states permits government employees to strike. The strength of unions in Hawaii is discussed, as well as the ways that Hawaiian state politics differ from those of the mainland United...

  • CAN WE HAVE LABOR PEACE? Walling, L. Metcalfe // Labor Law Journal;Oct49, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p13 

    The article discusses the question regarding the possibility of labor peace in the U.S. The question is being asked petulantly, plaintively, pathetically, hopelessly, optimistically, but certainly justifiably. The spate of strikes in the last few years, particularly in the reconversion period...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics