War labor policies and reconstruction; a series of addresses and papers presented at the Labor Reconstruction Conference held under the auspices of the Academy of Political Science in the City of New York, December 6-7, 1918. Edited by Samuel McCune

; Lindsay, Samuel McCune, 1869-1960, ed
New York, Academy of Political Science, 1919.

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Other Authors Lindsay, Samuel McCune, 1869-1960,
Subjects Labor and laboring classes -- United States.
Reconstruction (1914-1939) -- United States.
Series Academy of Political Science (U.S.). Proceedings ; v. 8, no. 2.
Description 224 pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1919.
Contents I. Preface. Women in industry, byh Mary E. Dreier. Women's invasion of industry and changes in protective standards, by Mary Van Kleeck. Will women retire from industry with return of peace? by Mary Anderson. Women in the railroad service, by Pauline Goldmark. New scientific standards for protection of workers, by Alice Hamilton. Women in industry in France during the war, by Marguerite Bourat. Women in industry in England during the war, by Helen Fraser.--II. American labor readjustment proposals, by M. Woll. British labor reconstruction proposals and the American labor attitude, by H.J. Laski. Effect of federal control on railway labor, by W.S. Carter. Collective bargaining -- the democracy of industry, by R.J. Caldwell. Humanizing the management of industry, by S.A. Lewisohn.--III. Adjustments of wages and conditions of employment, by V.E. Macy. Adjustments of wages and conditions of employment under governmental control of industry, by G.H. Sines. Standard of living as a basis for wage adjustments, by W.F. Ogburn. Effect of present methods on future wage adjustment, by H.R. Seager. necessity for maintenance of labor standards during mobilization, by G.S. Arnold.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm01021808
(OCoLC)1021808
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