Labor Law in America: Historical and Critical Essays

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Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992 - Law - 355 pages
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"Labor Law in America is the product of the research of twelve widely informed scholars, all of whom are concerned with describing and analyzing the relationship between law and power in American society... The authors are not only a multidisciplinary as a group; each has a command of the methodologies and literature of several academic disciplines."--Journal of Economic History. "A stunning set of essays."--Charles W. McCurdy, University of Virginia. The Johns Hopkins Symposia in Comparative History.

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Integrating labor and legal history in a set of scholarly essays, this synthesis of the two disciplines presents papers from a 1990 conference on the history of American labor law. Included are 11 ... Read full review

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Labor Law and History
1
The Struggle over
20
Judicial Regulation of Labor
44
Copyright

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Michael Grossberg is the Sally M. Reahard Professor of History and a Professor of Law at Indiana University. His research focuses on the relationship between law and social change, particularly the intersection of law and family.

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