American Labor Policy: A Critical Appraisal of the National Labor Relations Act
Charles J. Morris
Bureau of National Affairs, 1987 - Law - 431 pages
This volume contains a collection of papers and articles from nationally recognized labor law specialists from government, union, management, and academic backgrounds on the historic federal role in industrial relations and the NLRB's mandate for the future.
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