Unions before the Bar: Historic Trials Showing the Evolution of Labor Rights in the United States

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CASES AND AUTHORITIES CITED
Adair v. United States 208 U.S. 161 28 Sup. Ct. 277 ( 1908)
Allen Bradley Co. v. Local Union No. 3, I.B.E.W. 145 F (2d) 215 ( C.C.A.2d, 1944)
Allen Bradley Co. v. Local Union No. 3, I.B.E.W. 3-05 U.S. 797 ( 1945)
American Federation of Labor, et al. v. American Sash & Door Company, et al. 69 Sup. Ct. 258 ( 1949) 67 Ariz. 20
American Steel Foundries v. Tri-City Central Trades Council 257 U.S. 184 42 Sup. Ct. 72 ( 1921)
Apex Hosiery Co. v. Leader, et al. 90 Fed. (2d) 155 (C.C.A. 3d, 1939)
Associated Press, The v. NLRB 301 U.S.103 57 Sup. Ct. 650 ( 1937)
Bedford Cut Stone Co. v. Journeymen Stone Cutters' Association 274 U.S.37 ( 1927)
Bucks Stove and Range Co. v. A.F.L., et al. 219 U.S. 581
Commonwealth v. Carlisle Court of Nisi Prius, Brightley's Rep. 36 (Pa. 1821)
Commonwealth v. Hunt 4 Metcalf 111 45 Mass. 111 ( 1842)
Coronado Coal Co. v. United Mine Workers of America (second Coronado case) 268 U.S. 295 ( 1925)
Danbury Hatters case (see Loewe v. Lawlor) In re Debs 158 U.S. 564 15 Sup. Ct. 900 ( 1895)
Dueber Watch Case Manufacturing Co. v. E. Howard Watch and Clock Co., et al. 55 F 581, 584 ( 1893) 66 F 637 (C.C.A. 1895)
Duplex Printing Press Co. v. Deering, et al. 254 U.S.443
41 Sup. Ct. 172 ( 1921)
Fansteel Metallurgical Co. v. National Labor Relations Board 98 F (2d) 375 (C.C.A. 7th, 1938)
Friedman-Harry Marks Clothing Co. 1 NLRB 802 ( 1937)
Gompers v. Bucks Stove and Range Co. 221 U.S.418 ( 1911)
Hitchman Coal Co. v. Mitchell 245 U.S.229 38 Sup. Ct. 65 ( 1917)
Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp., et al. 1 NLRB 503 ( 1936)
Leader v. Apex Hosiery Co. 302 U.S.656 58 Sup. Ct. 589 ( 1938)
Leader v. Apex Hosiery Co. io8 F (2d) 71 (C.C.A. 3d, 1939)
Lincoln Federal Labor Union No. 192129, et al. v. Northwestern Iron and Metal Co., et al. 69 Sup. Ct. 251, ( 1949) 149 Neb. 507
Loewe v. Lawlor (Danbury Hatters case) U.S. Cir. Ct.148 Fed 924 ( 1906)

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