Shopfloor Matters: Labor-Management Relations in Twentieth-Century American Manufacturing

Synopsis

It is widely argued that America, along with some other Western countries, struggles to introduce more flexible ways of working because of a prior history of industrial conflict. This book argues for a more nuanced view of U.S. labour history.

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