Norgren, Paul H.
October 1950
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Oct50, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p44
Academic Journal
It is not generally known that it is the Canadian labor unions that justify the term "International'' in the names of American unions, that is, unions organized in the United States (Canadians sometimes resent our appropriation of the term "American"). In this article the author explains the relations between Canadian labor and the international unions and validates the use of the term "International" in connection with the unions.


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