4 days, 40 hours; reporting a revolution in work and leisure. Edited by Riva Poor. Foreword by Paul A. Samuelson.

Cambridge, Mass., Bursk and Poor Pub., 1970.

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
HD5124 .F68 1970 Off-site
LIB stacks
HD5106 .F6 Available Request
Off-Campus Shelving
HD5124 .P6 Available Request
Other Authors Poor, Riva,
Subjects Four-day week -- United States.
Four-day week.
Horaires de travail.
United States.
Description 175 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 171-172).
Contents Reporting a revolution in work and leisure: 27 4-day firms / Riva Poor -- An industrial pioneer rescued by the 4-day week / L. Erick Kanter -- Thank God it's Thursday! / L. Erick Kanter -- Fewer days or fewer hours? / Linda G. Sprague -- Are females free to work longer hours? legal opinion / Tim Leonard -- Does organized labor want the four day week? / D. Quinn Mills -- Breaking the 5 day mold: scheduling issues / Linda G. Sprague -- Interface with the outside world / Grant Doherty -- How to handle a 4-day conversion / Kenneth E. Wheeler and Philip D. Bogdonoff -- Work and leisure: The reactions of people at 4-day firms / By James L. Steele and Riva Poor -- Implications for urban America / William W. Nash, Jr. -- The 3-day revolution to come: 3-day workweek, 4-day weekend / Millard C. Faught -- Buzzie Bacasi's 4-day plan for the baseball world / Phil Collier.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)161657
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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