Index
Ackley, Gardner, 95
ad hoc arbitrators, see under voluntary arbitration
AFL, see American Federation of Labor
AFL-CIO, 132, 133, 153-154, 163 ff, 189, 198, 208, 227, 243 ff, 261, 263, 318, 319, 321; Civil Rights Committee, 245; international organizations, 298 ff; see also American Federation of Labor; Congress of Industrial Organizations
African labor, 298 ff
Agency for International Development (AID), 303, 304
agriculture, see farming, decreasing importance of
AID, see Agency for International Development
AIFLD, see American Institute for Free Labor Development
Alliance for Progress, 304
Amalgamated Clothing Workers Union, 151
Amalgamated Engineers Union, 299
Amalgamated Meat Cutters Union, 145
American Economic Association, 145
American Federation of Government Employees, 163
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 16, 107-109, 112-114, 127, 138, 139, 144 ff, 187, 254, 257-260, 311, 316; early racial policies, 241 ff; membership gains, 116‐ 118; merger with CIO, 119, 153, 243-246; see also AFL-CIO; Congress of Industrial Organizations
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Workers, 163, 320
American Federation of Teachers, 320
American Institute for Free Labor Development (AIFLD), 304
American labor movement, see labor movement
American Medical Association, 282
American Newspaper Guild, 305
American Nurses Association, 168
American Railway Union, 137, 144‐ 145
anthracite coal strike (1902), 140
Appalachia Act, 275, 284
Arab Trade Unions, 309
arbitration, see voluntary arbitration
Asian labor, 298 ff
automation, 189, 324, 326; enhanced white-collar job opportunities, 167-168; growth of, 73-75, 86-87; see also technological change
Automobile Workers, see United Automobile Workers
Baer, George, 176
Barnett, George, 145
blue-collar workers: decline of, 85, 159-161, 163; predomination in unions, 123, 131; vulnerability to industrialization, 91-92
Boulware, Lemuel, 172

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