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KIRKUS REVIEW

Cooke is an engineer, who has served industry, municipalities, state and Federal agencies; Murray is Vice-President of the C.I.O. Together, they present cogent evidence as to the practicability and constructive value of collective bargaining, expressing their conviction that not only does it work, but that it is worth the sacrifice and the efforts that have gone into it. It is a way of industrial life, here to stay. Furthermore, the authors analyze some of the decisions of the Labor Board and of the courts; they show how the Labor Board has saved industry from strikes; they show further how industry and labor must both take some blame for violence and arbitrary stands, and maintain that it is possible, within our industrial set-up, for every worker to give his best service and for the employer to make a profit.

Pub Date: Jan. 25th, 1939
Publisher: Harper