The musicians and Petrillo / by Robert D. Leiter.

[1st ed.].. New York : Bookman Associates, [1953] .

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Subjects American Federation of Musicians.
Petrillo, James C. (James Caesar), 1892-1984.
Description 202 pages : illustrations, pls. ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1953]
Contents Preface -- Chapter 1-The Musicians Form a Union -- Chapter 2-The Union Gains Prestige and Status -- Chapter 3-Enter James Caesar Petrillo -- Chapter 4-The Musicians Encounter Technology -- Chapter 5-The Supremacy of the National Union -- Chapter 6-The Jurisdiction and Operation of a Local -- Chapter 7-Petrillo Removes Two Thorns -- Chapter 8-The Record Ban in 1942 or Roosevelt Couldn't End That One -- Chapter 9-How the Interlochen Dispute led to the Lea Act -- Chapter 10-Petrillo Stabilizes Labor Relations -- Chapter 11-Petrilo Marches on Technological Problems Remain -- Notes -- Bibliography-Index.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)897104
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WorldCat Identities Leiter, Robert D. 1922-1976.
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