Court, John M.
January 1963
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan63, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p289
Academic Journal
The article presents a response of John M. Court to Dale G. Brickner's review of his book "The Problems of Union Power," published in the July 1962 issue. With regards to Brickner's diversionary allegations, Court will let the book speak for itself. Brickner also avoided the main topic of the book, says Court. According to Court, the book is an overall evaluation of the existing pattern of federal labor law and its relationship to the basic judicial and economic systems. A correction to the title of Brickner is also presented in the article.


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