Labor union theories in America: background and development
Five basic theories of unionism are examined: Protestant Christian Socialist and Roman Catholic Christian social movements, the Marxian socialist movements, the environmental psychology discipline, and the jurisprudential history discipline.
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Early Union Theory in the Universities
Unionism As a Moral Institution
Unionism As a Revolutionary Institution
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