LABOR TODAY AND TOMORROW by Aaron Levenstein
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LABOR TODAY AND TOMORROW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

With every aware citizen realizing that Labor presents a problem that will be increasingly volatile, here is a dispassionate, objective and fair book which should be read and reread for the light it throws on the relations among management, labor and government in the past decade. The keen analysis of the symbols clarifies the atmosphere; he presents the conflicting policies in their true light. He goes into the Montgomery Ward ""war"" against government in detail, showing Avery as the driving force opposed to Labor. He does a fine job of revealing the internal struggles within Labor's own ranks. He shows how government has taken control over not only business but labor. He gives a clear historical picture of the many labor problems the war precipitated -- and how they were handled. Excellent personality sketches. He outlines the problems of reconversion, unemployment, veteran employment and indicates sound approaches. Top-ranking in field.

Pub Date: Nov. 22nd, 1945
Publisher: Knopf