History of the labour movement in the United StatesMaterial type: BookPublication details: New York International 1947Description: 576 p. Vol. 1: From colonial times to the founding of the American federation of labourSubject(s): Trade-unions - United States | Labour and labouring classes - United StatesDDC classification: 331.880973
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|331.88097297 K6T7 Trade union development and industrial relations in the British West Indies||331.880973 T7 The transformation of U. S. unions: voices, visions and strategies from the grassroots||331.880973 B5M2 Management and the white-collar union||331.880973 F6H4-I History of the labour movement in the United States||331.880973 J2S8 The state of the unions||331.880973 S3W6 The worker views his union||331.880973 Economic implications of union power|
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