Brown, Douglass V.
March 1971
Monthly Labor Review;Mar71, Vol. 94 Issue 3, p51
Academic Journal
Argues that industrial relations in the United States are suffering from a severe case of legalism. Judith N. Shklar's definition of legalism in her book 'Legalism'; Figures on the extent of resort to public tribunals that illustrate the magnitude and trends of legalism in industrial relations.


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