The Origin and History of the New York Employing Printers' Association: The Evolution of a Trade Association

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CHAPTER VI

Period of re-adjustment, 1873-1906. Rapid growth, labor unrest, and cut-throat competition. Revival of the Typothetae in 1884. National organization formed in 1887. Labor policy of compromise and arbitration from 1897 to 1906. Influence of Theodore L. DeVinne and Joseph J. Little. Strike of 1906. Policy of New York Typothetae as to cost accounting, craft progress, trade ethics, etc. Rise and activities of other employers' organizations not concerned with labor: "Ben Franklin Club"; Board of Trade; The Master Printers71

CHAPTER VII

Period of combination and organization, 1906-1918. General tendency to large organizations and to collective bargaining. The American Newspaper Publishers Association. Rise of the Printers League of New York founded on the principle of cooperation as a means of securing industrial peace. Contribution of Charles M. Francis and Henry Cherouny97

CHAPTER VIII

The period of stabilization, 1918-1929. General amalgamation in the New York Employing Printers Association. Cost-accounting; credit information; open and closed shop sections and the Industrial Relations Bureau; trade agreements. Apprentice schools in conjunction with the Union 109

CONCLUSION: The New York Employing Printers' Association comprises all the earlier organizations and its policies have been molded by their ideals, their leaders, and their fights. The earlier groups attempted little more than temporary and empirical solutions to pressing practical problems. Similar practical problems are the chief concern of the Association, but gradually more consistent policies are being evolved 121
APPENDIX: Sections from contemporary contracts 127
BIBLIOGRAPHY133
INDEX137

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  • Title Page 3
  • Preface 5
  • Table of Contents 7
  • Introduction - A History of the Organization of Employing Printers in New York City 9
  • Chapter II 22
  • Chapter III 39
  • Chapter IV 47
  • Chapter V 61
  • Chapter VI 71
  • Chapter VIII 109
  • Appendix - Sections from the Contracts for Book and Job Officers 127
  • Bibliography 133
  • Index 137
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