LABOR, INDUSTRY AND GOVERNMENT by Matthew Woll

LABOR, INDUSTRY AND GOVERNMENT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not an impressive boom from point of view of style or philosophy, but a straightforward exposition of the background history of labor in the United States, and a statement of the present situation, the status in relation to industry and government, the changes in theory and practice, the attitude toward the New Deal, the NRA and the Codes. What Labor finds wrong with the present policy and wherein they plan to revise it. Good fact book for the employer who wants to know where he stands with the future of labor.

Publisher: Appleton-Century