Rottenberg, Simon
January 1963
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan63, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p284
Academic Journal
The article presents a response by the author to Sanford Cohen and Bruno Stein, who criticized the author's article "Property in Work," published in the April 1962 issue. The author condemns the remarks that his discussion proposes some policy or oppose some policy. According to him, it simply says that some policies favor some classes of the community at the expense of other classes. The author also maintains that property rights in work does exist may be not in a legal but in some customary sense.


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