UAW Politics in the Cold War Era

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SUNY Press, 1988 - Business & Economics - 361 pages
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Based on manuscript sources, oral histories, and quantitative analyses of convention roll calls. Places this union conflict in a national political context of postwar economic conflicts, the cold war, and the passage of the Taft-Hartley Act. Acidic paper. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portlan
  

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Contents

Acknowledgements
1
Chapter Three The UAW and Reconversion
37
Chapter Seven The Characteristics of
121
Chapter Ten Defeat at AllisChalmers
173
Chapter Twelve Shop Floor Issues and Labor Relations
195
Coleman Young
211
Chapter Fifteen The Reuther Caucus Wins Control
223
Chapter Sixteen The Consequences of the Reuther Victory
237
Chapter Seventeen The Cold War and
265
Abbreviations
271
Bibliography
337
Index
349
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Martin Halpern has published articles in Labor History and The Michigan Historical Review.

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