COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND LABOR ORGANIZATIONS
|Chapter XII. The Development of Collective Bargaining in England and the United States, The Legal Status of Labor Organizations.|
|Chapter XIII. Development of Labor Organizations and Employers' Associations, The Parties to Collective Bargaining and the Present Industrial Alignment.|
|Chapter XIV. Aims and Policies of Trade Unionism, The Economic Basis of Collective Bargaining.|
|Chapter XV. Labor Disputes and the Weapons of Last Resort, Problems of Industrial Conflict.|
|Chapter XVI. Industrial Arbitration and Conciliation, Problems of Industrial Peace.|
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Publication information: Book title: Social Aspects of Industry:A Survey of Labor Problems and Causes of Industrial Unrest. Contributors: S. Howard Patterson - Author. Publisher: McGraw-Hill. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1929. Page number: 317.
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