Wage Policy for the War

July 1942
New Republic;7/6/42, Vol. 107 Issue 1, p7
Focuses on the contribution of economist Harold J. Ruttenberg in the labor movement in the U.S. Association of Ruttenberg with the strongest progressive union, the United Steelworkers of America; Involvement of the organization in the controversy of employers to refuse the union's demand for union security and wage increase; Arguments of Ruttenberg regarding the wage-increase movement.


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