Shall Strikes Be Outlawed? Arbitration and the I.L.G.W.U. Industrial Democracy. Periodical Studies in Economics and Politics. January, 1938. Volume 5, Number 10.

Seidman, Joel; Teper, Lazare

Published by League for Industrial Democracy, New York, 1938
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Printed wraps. 32 pp. Two essays, with the first 'Shall Strikes Be Outlawed?' by Joel Seidman, occupying the first 31 pages. This provides a detailed analysis of the purpose of strikes, examining both worker and employer sides, as well as the push for mandatory arbitration and the effects, positive and negative it may have. GOOD condition. Heavy fading and browning along the extremities, with minor soiling and scuffing. A few minor crease, tears and some scuffing along the extremities. Light toning to the interior. Bookseller Inventory # 006969

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Title: Shall Strikes Be Outlawed? Arbitration and ...

Publisher: League for Industrial Democracy, New York

Publication Date: 1938

Binding: Wraps

Book Condition:Good

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