Industrial Arbitration: A World-Wide Survey of Natural and Political Agencies for Social Justice and Industrial Peace

Industrial Arbitration: A World-Wide Survey of Natural and Political Agencies for Social Justice and Industrial Peace

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Industrial Arbitration: A World-Wide Survey of Natural and Political Agencies for Social Justice and Industrial Peace

Industrial Arbitration: A World-Wide Survey of Natural and Political Agencies for Social Justice and Industrial Peace

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Originally undertaken with an object of finding some tangible device for the prevention of strikes and lockouts, if any such device existed, this work in its present form aims to present a consideration of those devices now extant. It aims to present certain pertinent facts showing how the various devices or political agencies have worked or have failed to work. The study is meant to be an impartial discussion of industrial conciliation and arbitration and of social and industrial conditions, which, in the author's opinion, have a direct bearing on the results of legislative methods.

Although there appears to be little real hope in the promises of temporizing processes, certain basic reforms are important and these have been emphasized.

Here in America, we have been impressed by the thoroughness with which Germany appears to have mastered industrial processes. This scientific thoroughness was well understood by most students at the outbreak of the present war and is the keynote of the autocratic organization of the German Em-

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