|LC Classifications||HD8072 .D27 1941|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii p., 2 l., -1008, xiv p.|
|Number of Pages||1008|
|LC Control Number||41015254|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Daugherty, Carroll R. (Carroll Roop), Labor problems in American industry. Boston ; New York: Houghton Mifflin. Get this from a library! Labor problems in American industry. [Carroll R Daugherty; United States Armed Forces Institute,]. He is also widely recognized as a labor historian and has written books and articles in this field. He is the author of a study of the CIO during World War II, co-editor of a volume on labor in the automobile industry and a book on industrial democracy/5(11). Just as the universe of the Cold War, which dominated global affairs from to , came tumbling down, the world of American labor turned upside down in the mids. The post–World War II accord between capital and labor, which had produced a generation of sustained economic.
In the late 20th century, a major challenge to the American labor movement was the declining size of the American industrial base, particularly traditional industries such as steel and heavy machinery. American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Organizations reached an agreement to not raid from each other's membership. (United States) American Federation of Labor expelled the International Longshoremen's Union on grounds of corruption. (United States) Louisiana Sugar Cane Workers' Strike occurred. Freedom’s Forge vividly re-creates American industry’s finest hour, when the nation’s business elites put aside their pursuit of profits and set about saving the world. Praise for Freedom’s Forge “A rarely told industrial saga, rich with particulars of the growing pains and eventual triumphs of American industryCited by: The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a federal labor law that allows an eligible employee to take an extended leave of absence from work due to: Caring for a qualifying sick family member. The birth or adoption of a child. Military caregiving or other emergencies related to a family member's active duty service.
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