Union Democracy: Practice and Ideal: an Analysis of Four Large Local Unions

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CORNELL STUDIES IN INDUSTRIAL AND LABOR RELATIONS: VOLUME XI
Cornell Studies in Industrial and Labor Relations are research monographs developed by faculty and staff at the New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations.IN THIS SERIES
I. Wartime Manpower Mobilization: A Study of World War II Experience in the Buffalo-Niagara Area, by Leonard P. Adams. 184 pp. 50c.
II. AFL Attitudes toward Production: 1900-1932, by Jean Trepp McKelvey . 160 pp. $1.00.
III. Sources of Wage Information: Employer Associations, by N. Arnold Tolles and Robert L. Raimon. 368 pp. $1.00.
IV. The Labor Injunction in New York City, 1935-1950, by Jacob Seidenberg . 192 pp. $1.00.
V. Nonferrous Metals Industry Unionism, 1932-1954. A Story of Leadership Controversy, by Vernon H. Jensen. 344 pp. $1.25.
VI. The Industrial Mobility of Labor as a Probability Process, by Isadore Blumen , Marvin Kogan, and Philip J. McCarthy. 176 pp. $3.00.
VII. Empire in Wood: A History of the Carpenters' Union, by Robert A. Christie . 376 pp. $2.25.
VIII. Workers and Industrial Change: A Case Study of Labor Mobility, by Leonard P. Adams and Robert L. Aronson. 224 pp. $3.00.
IX. Hawthorne Revisited. MANAGEMENT AND THE WORKER, Its Critics, and Developments in Human Relations in Industry, by Henry A. Landsberger . 132 pp. $1.75.
X. Coflict Within the AFL: A Study of Craft Versus Industrial Unionism, 1901-1939, by James O. Morris. 336 pp. $5.00.
XI. Union Democracy: Practice and Ideal--An Analysis of Four Large Local Unions, by Alice H. Cook. 256 pp. $4.75.

PUBLISHED BY THE NEW YORK STATE SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL AND LABOR RELATIONS

A Contract College of the State University Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

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