American arbitration: its history, functions and achievements

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Harper & Brothers, 1948 - Law - 262 pages
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This book covers the rise of the American Arbitration Association and the beginnings of the important role that arbitration has come to play in the commercial arena.

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Contents

I THE HISTORICAL PATTERN
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ai THE PATTERN CHANGES IN AMERICA
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III THE AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION ARRIVES
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Frances A. Kellor, 1873-1952, is noted as a famous contributor to the study of mind and society. She was a pioneering sociologist, advocate for workers, advocate for the naturalization of American immigrants, and an eminent authority on arbitration. She earned a law degree from Cornell Law School in 1897. Her studies on worldwide issues of conflict and arbitration made her a recognized authority and author in the field. She was an officer in the American Arbitration Association and prepared the Code of Arbitration in 1931.

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