Labor relations and the law
This book uses a social science approach providing a social, political, and economic content for the statutes and case law as they developed over time.Offers comprehensive coverage of labor law from the earliest legal tests (e.g., the Trial of Journeymen Shoemakers of Philadelphia - 1806) to emerging issues and the future of labor law; focuses on the actual operation of the statutes and regulations of labor law as well as the statutes and the cases expounding the law; discusses the social, political, and economic context of the statutes and cases throughout; considers how the field of industrial relations evolved in the United States.
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