The CIO Challenge to the AFL: A History of the American Labor Movement, 1935-1941

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Wertheim Publications in Industrial Relation
J. D. Houser, What the Employer Thinks, 1927
Wertheim Lectures on Industrial Relations, 1929
William Haber, Industrial Relations in the Building Industry, 1930
Johnson O'Connor, Psychometrics, 1934
Paul H. Norgren, The Swedish Collective Bargaining System, 1941
Leo C. S. J. Brown, Union Policies in the Leather Industry, 1947
Walter Galenson, Labor in Norway, 1949
Dorothea de Schweinitz, Labor and Management in a Common Enterprise, 1949
Ralph Altman, Availability for Work: A Study in Unemployment Compensation, 1950
John T. Dunlop and Arthur D. Hill, The Wage Adjustment Board: Wartime Stabilization in the Building and Construction Industry, 1950
Walter Galenson, The Danish System of Labor Relations: A Study in Industrial Peace, 1952
Lloyd H. Fisher, The Harvest Labor Market in California, 1953
Theodore V. S. J. Purcell, The Worker Speaks His Mind on Company and Union, 1953
Donald J. White, The New England Fishing Industry, 1954
Val R. Lorwin, The French Labor Movement, 1954
Philip Taft, The Structure and Government of Labor Unions, 1954
George B. Baldwin, Beyond Nationalization: The Labor Problems of British Coal, 1955
Kenneth F. Walker, Industrial Relations in Australia, 1956
Charles A. Myers, Labor Problems in the Industrialization of India, 1958
Herbert J. Spiro, The Politics of German Codetermination, 1958
Mark W. Leiserson, Wages and Economics Control in Norway, 1945-1947, 1959
J. Pen, The Wage Rate under Collective Bargaining, 1959
Jack Stieber, The Steel Industry Wage Structure, 1959

STUDIES IN LABOR-MANAGEMENT HISTORY
Lloyd Ulman, The Rise of the National Trade Union: The Development and Significance of Its Structure, Governing Institutions, and Economics Policies, 1955
Joseph P. Goldberg, The Maritime Story: A Study in Labor-Management Relations, 1957, 1958
Walter Galenson, The CIO Challenge to the AFL: A History of the American Labor, Movement, 1935-1941, 1960

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