GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS TOMORROW by Donald R. Richberg

GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS TOMORROW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A clear presentation of the absolute need for cooperation and understanding between management and labor if the interest of the public is to be served. Maintaining that no one group can afford to ""crack down"" on another without creating an unbalance that is bad for all, Richberg shows how industrial enterprise, labor and farm organizations and the consuming public must work for a satisfactory mutual solution of their problems with a view to lessening government intervention. He indicates the development of a new social outlook, he condemns, where necessary, labor leaders as well as many of labor's hardboiled practices. Not original or startling, but again, informative as to future trends.

Pub Date: July 7th, 1943
Publisher: Harper