The author is well known for his radio program on which for many years he has handled arbitration cases. He is also considered a fair and just arbitrator having handled hundreds of labor arbitration cases. In this book he gives the skeleton outlines of many of the cases he has arbitrated and his recommendations. There is an interesting introduction on his philosophy of arbitration which should be helpful to arbitrators as well as to labor and management. Today the arbitration of labor cases has become quite important and this book should be of extreme value to anyone interested in this vital phase of labor management problems.