DISCUSSIONS - A Labor Viewpoint

Cooper, Herman
October 1954
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Oct54, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p85
Academic Journal
Herman Cooper, who has represented unions in many arbitration proceedings, suggests that arbitrators tend to aggrandize power and to offer judicial opinions rather than judicious solutions to labor relations problems.


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