Arbitration and the National labor relations board, compiled by Egbert Ray Nichols and James W. Logan ...

; Logan, James W., compiler
New York, The H.W. Wilson Company, 1937.

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Other Authors Logan, James W.,
Subjects Arbitration, Industrial -- United States.
Arbitration, Industrial.
Industrial relations -- United States.
Industrial relations.
United States.
United States. National Labor Relations Board.
Series Reference shelf ; vol. 11, no. 7.
Description 345 pages 20 cm.
Copyright Date 1937.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents pt. I. Introductory -- part II. Articles on the present law, the labor situation, and arbitration -- Ch. 1. General survey of the present industrial situation -- The law and labor / G.E. Sokolsky -- Labor speaks to Capital / Matthew Woll -- Ch. 2. The present law: Wagner Labor Relations Act and conditions under it -- Labor Relations Act detailed -- Collective Bargains -- Collective bargaining features of the National Labor Relations Act -- Lopsided law -- Is the Wagner Labor Law unfair? -- Ch. 3. The National Labor Relations Board -- The despised economic royalists / Clare E. Hoffman -- Dual attack on N.L.R.B. This time by labor / U.S. News -- Future of the labor law / U.S. News -- Additional references on the N.L.R.B. -- Ch. 4. Collective bargaining and company unions -- Collective bargaining -- Unfair legislation / W.D. Rawlins -- Steel bargaining and agreement / New Republic -- The company union / Gordon Carroll -- Company unions -- Exit the company union / Garet Garrett -- 5. Feud between the A.F. of L. and the C.I.O. -- C.I.O. vs A.F.L. / Paul Brissenden -- Labor at the crossroads / H. Banta Murkland -- Will labor reunite? / U.S. News -- Ch. 6. Strikes and sit-downs -- What can we do about strikes? / Survey Graphic -- Strikes cost us plenty / George E. Sokolsky -- Labor on the march / Edward Levinson -- Is the sit-down unfair / New Republic -- What I think of the sit-down strikes / harold G. Hoffman -- Statement of William Green on sit-down strikes / Congressional Record -- Sit-down strikes / Frances Perkins -- part III. The necessity of change -- Ch. 7. The necessity of impartiality iin government -- The curse of impartiality / David Lawrence -- The truce and some questions / Dorothy Thompson -- Government deserts impartiality / Garet Garrett -- Ch. 8. Is arbitration the right change? -- War and peace in the industrial world / W.M. Leiserson -- Peaceful settlement of labor disputes / Woodrow Wilson -- Industry must understand men as well as materials / Frank Murphy Labor disputes and the federal government / O.R. McGuire -- Today in Washington / David Lawrence -- Mediation board at work -- National rail strike averted / Los Angeles Times -- part IV. Plans for negative action -- Ch. 9. Possible substitute actions -- Back to work by law -- The employer's drive to amend the Wagner Act / United States News -- Labor incorporated / George E. Sokolsky -- Should unions be incorporated? Paul W. Ward -- Can industrial peace be attained? / Fred A. Hartley Jr.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)311645
(OCoLC)ocm00311645
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WorldCat Identities Nichols, Egbert Ray,
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