Social Aspects of Industry: A Survey of Labor Problems and Causes of Industrial Unrest

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that over material goods to that of good will and the right to do business in an unmolested manner.Economic progress may be achieved by legislation, by collective bargaining, and by the efforts of socially minded individuals. The study of the achievements of labor legislation and labor organization is supplementary, for economic maladjustments may be attacked by the state from without, as well as by the workers from within, industry. Thus, there is both the political approach of legislation and the economic approach of collective bargaining.
Collateral Reading
ATKINS W. E. and LASSWELL H. D., "Labor Attitudes and Problems", chaps. 16 and 19.
BLOOMFIELD D., "Problems of Labor", pp. 185-243.
BLUM S., "Labor Economics", chap. 5.
CARVER T. N., "Principles of Political Economy", chaps. 30-33.
COMMONS J. R., "Trade Unionism and Labor Problems", see. ser., chaps. 37 and 39.
COMMONS J. R. and ANDREWS J. B., "Principles of Labor Legislation", rev., pp. 98110and 123-135, 1927.
ELY R. T., "Outlines of Economics", chap. 21.
ESTEY J. A., "The Labor Problem", chap. 6.
FITCH J. A., "Causes of Industrial Unrest", chaps. 18-21, inc.
GROAT G. G., "Organized Labor in America"," chaps. 1 and 2.
HOXIE R. F., "Trade Unionism in the United States"," chap. 9.
TANNENBAUM F., "The Labor Movement", chaps. 5-8, inc.
WATKINS G. S., "Introduction to a Study of Labor Problems", chaps. 6 and 7.

References
American Labor Yearbook.
BAKER R. S., "The New Industrial Unrest".
BLANCHARD P., "An Outline of the British Labor Movement".
Brooks J. G., Labor's Challenge to the Social Order.
COLE G. D. H., "The World of Labor"."
COOKE F. H., "Law of Combinations, Monopolies, and Labor Unions".
ELY R. T., "The Labor Movement in America".
GLEASON A., "What the Workers Want".
GOMPERS S., "Labor and the Common Welfare".
------, "Labor and the Employer".
HUGGINS W. L., "Labor and Democracy".
KAUTSKY K., "Class Struggle".
MACASSEY L., "Labor Policy, False or True".
MACDONALD J. R., "The Social Unrest".
MACIVER R. M., "Labor and a Changing World".
MARTIN W. A., "A Treatise on the Law of Labor Unions".
MASON A. T., "Organized Labor and the Law".
MITCHELL J., "Organized Labor".
POUND R., "Introduction to the Philosophy of Law".
-----, "The Spirit of the Common Law".
POWELL T. R., "Collective Bargaining before the Supreme Court", Political Science Quarterly, vol. 33, pp. 396-429.

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