Social Aspects of Industry: A Survey of Labor Problems and Causes of Industrial Unrest

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INDEX

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Accident rate and industrial fatigue, 235
Accidents, industrial, 125, 252
causes of, 249
extent of, 247, 248, 249
on railroads, 250
Acquired characteristics, 509
knowledge, 510
Active adaptation, 504
and passive adaptation, 497
Adamson Act, 239
Adaptation, active and passive, 497
Adequacy of our national prosperity, 93
Adjudication of individual grievances
within an industry, 407,
Adjustment, 404, 495, 49
picturization of, 496
Administration, personnel, 422
Administrative bodies of government, 38
Advantages and disadvantages of com
pulsory arbitration, 391
of mediation 391
of welfare work, 427
Agencies, employment, 303
Agreement, gentlemen's, 63
Agreements, trade, 404, 405
Agricultural cooperation, 464
productivity compared with industrial, 84
Agriculturalists, income of, 135
Agriculture, wages and prices in, 154
Aim of restriction of output, 367
Aims of cooperative movement, 459
and policies of the Industrial Workers of the World, 349
of trade unionism, 355
Alexander, M. W., 297, 299
Alton Locke, 480
Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 183, 340, 407, 466
Amendment, Child-labor, proposed, 204
Amendments, constitutional, 32, 33, 41
America, early trade unions in, 337
old-age pensions in, 260, 270
American Antiboycott Association, 351
Association for Labor Legislation, 41, 209, 247, 255, 282
Bankers' Association, 467
Economic Review, 140, 141, 142, 144, 147, 148, 149, 150
family, size of, 188
Federation of Labor, 213, 241, 281, 305, 336, 337, 339, 340, 344, 346, 350, 366, 375, 381, 382, 383, 443, 481
composition of, 340
early development of, 338
membership of, 340
organization of, 347
recent growth of, 339
Labor Legislation Review, 139, 209, 280, 281
Unions, 349
Yearbook, 346
Negro, 64
Railway Union, 382
standard of living, 187
Textile Workers, 340
Trade Unionism, composition of, 344
recent growth of, 341
strength of 343346
Amount of labor turnover, 297
unemployment, 282
Anarchism, 472
Anderson, Mary, 209
Andrews, J. B., 28, 34, 35, 36, 58, 324, 330, 331, 390
Annual, average, real earnings of employed workers, 150
cost of sickness, 258
earnings, average, 95, 148
Anthracite Coal Commission of 1902, 396
mining wage. rates, 158
Antiquity of economic inequality, 115, 116
Apprentices, limitation of, 368
Statutes of, 25, 26
Arbitration, advantages of compulsory 392

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