June 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Jun70, Vol. 93 Issue 6, p66
Academic Journal
Reports on union benefit plans in the U.S. from 1947 to 1967, as presented in the report 'National Union Benefits Plans, 1947-67,' by the U.S. Labor Department. Benefit systems administered by national trade unions.


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