[Labor-Management Relations Act, 1947; diverse papers and perspectives]

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Book
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English
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1947-1955
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125 v.

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This is a collection of government documents along with personal and industrial opinions regarding the Labor-Management Relations Act.
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From the holdings of Princeton University Industrial Relations Library.
Contents
  • [1] Government's changing role in industrial relations / by Thomas E. Shroyer, Chief Counsel, Joint Committee on Labor-Management Relations, U.S. Congress, 1947
  • [2] Re: Taft-Hartley Act ... immediate problems for period prior to August 22, 1947 / by United Steelworkers of America, [1947]
  • [3] Re: Taft-Hartley Act ... analysis of permissible political activity under the Taft-Hartley act / by United Steelworkers of America, [1947]
  • [4] Taft-Hartley review / from Labor Report, 1948
  • [5] How the new labor law affects worker and employer ... 63 answers / by Senator Robert A. Taft, 1947
  • [6] Labor law and the general counsel / address by Theophil C. Kammholz, General Counsel, NLRB, 1955
  • [7] Cold war on American labor / by Henry Wallace
  • [8] Report and recommendations of the New York state bar association, committee on labor law and social security legislation / New York State Bar Association, Committee on Labor Law and Social Security Legislation, 1949
  • [9] How to change Taft-Hartley / address by Theodore R. Iserman, 1953
  • [10] Remarks (pertaining to Taft-Hartley Act) of N.L.R.B. general counsel Robert N. Denham before the confederated unions of America / by Robert N. Denham, 1947
  • [11] Remarks (on the amended NLR Act) of N.L.R.B. General Counsel Robert N. Denham before labor relations section of the American bar association / by Robert N. Denham, 1947
  • [12] Address by representative Samuel K. McConnell, Jr. at industrial relations conference, Princeton University, September 17, 1953 / by Samuel K. McConnell, 1953
  • [13] Labor management relations act in 1955 - some observations / address by Theophil C. Kammholz, General Counsel N.L.R.B., before the American Bar Association, 1955
  • [14] What's ahead for Taft-Hartley / from 58th Annual Congress of American Industry, 1953
  • [15] Statement of the N.L.R.B., by Paul M. Herzog, chairman, before the committee on labor and public welfare of the United States Senate, April 28, 1953 / by Paul M. Herzog, 1953
  • [16] Text of written statement submitted by Ira Mosher, chairman, finance committee and former president of the national association of manufacturers to the senate committee on labor and public welfare, February 18, 1949 / by Ira Mosher, 1949
  • [17] Extract of testimony of Ira Mosher ... before the senate labor and public welfare committee, February 18, 1949 / by Ira Mosher, 1949
  • [18] Text of supplementary statement by Ira Mosher ... filed with the senate committee on labor and public welfare, February 25, 1949 / by Ira Mosher, 1949
  • [19] Text of statement by Ira Mosher ... before the house committee on education and labor, March 15, 1949 / by Ira Mosher, 1949
  • [20] How the Taft-Hartley bill will affect your employer-employee relations: an operating guide for all employers / prepared by Staff of Collective Bargaining Bulletin of National Foremen's Institute, 1947
  • [21] Labor-management relations act of 1947: how it will affect your employer-employe relations / prepared by Mill & Factory in collaboration with the editors of the Collective Bargaining Bulletin of the National Foremen's Institute, 1947
  • [22] Truth about the Taft-Hartley Law and its consequences to the labor movement / prepared by Education Department, International Association of Machinists, 1947
  • [23] That new labor law / prepared by National Association of Manufacturers, 1947
  • [24] How the labor-management relations law (Taft-Hartley law) affects the individual employe / prepared by Mill & Factory, 1947
  • [25] Before and after: the labor-management relations act of 1947 / prepared by Republican National Committee, 1947
  • [26] Current labor situation / address by Edwin E. Witte, Chairman, Department of Economics, University of Wisconsin, 1947
  • [27] Labor and management views on union liability problems under Taft-Hartley Act / published by U.S. Department of Labor, United States Conciliation Service, 1947
  • [28] Strange case of the Taft-Hartley law / by Claude Robinson, 1947
  • [29] Labor management relations act - 1947 / published by Southern Bell Tel., 1947
  • [30] Boycotts as affected by the labor-management relations act of 1947 / by NEMA Counsel, Donovan, Leisure, Newton, Lumbard & Irvine, 1947
  • [31] Taft-Hartley law: does it really hurt labor? / by J. Mack Swigert, 1947
  • [32] Unsolved problems of labor law / by Theodore R. Iserman, 1948
  • [33] Revision of the Taft-Hartley act / by Buel W. Patch, 1948
  • [33] How employees benefit from the new labor law / published by American Machinist, 1947
  • [34] Instead of strikes - bargaining / by George W. Taylor, 1947
  • [35] You and the labor-management relations act, 1947 / prepared by New Jersey Manufacturers Association, Industrial Relations Department, 1947
  • [36] Employee rights under the labor-management act, 1947: information for employers / prepared by Department of Manufacture, Chamber of Commerce of the United States, 1947
  • [37] Labor-management relations act, 1947: information about the law and a summary of its provisions / prepared by Department of Manufacture, Chamber of Commerce of the United States, 1947
  • [38] Labor-management relations act 1947 / prepared under direction Labor Relations Committee, Southern States Industrial Council, 1947
  • [39] Labor-management relations act, 1947 / published by Business Information Sources, Bulletin of the Business Information Bureau, 1947
  • [40] New deal for America's employers / published by Business Week, 1947
  • [41] Daily report on labor-management problems: proposed labor-management relations act of 1947 / published by Bureau of National Affairs, 1947
  • [42] Digest of labor-management act of 1947 / prepared by U. S. Department of Labor, Division of Labor Standards, 1947
  • [43] Impact of the Taft-Hartley law on labor relations in San Francisco / remarks by Almon E. Roth, President, San Francisco Employers' Council, 1947
  • [44] Taft-Hartley law: what's really in the book? / by San Francisco Employers' Council, 1947
  • [45] Labor management relations act, 1947: house-approved labor management relations act, 1947, H.R. 3020 / published by Prentice-Hall, Inc. - Labor Report, 1947
  • [46] Procedure of the service under labor-management relations act / by Edgar L. Warren, Director U. S. Conciliation Service, 1947
  • [47] Six months of the Taft-Hartley Act / by Almon E. Roth, President of the San Francisco Employers Council, 1947
  • [48] Proposed amendments to the national emergency provisions of the Taft-Hartley Act / by Committee on Labor and Social Security Legislation, 1966
  • [49] Labor management relations act, 1947: selected references / by Mary R. Heslet, Economics Division, Library of Congress, Legislative Reference Service, 1957
  • [50] Analysis of the Taft amendments / prepared by National Economic Council, 1953.
  • [51] Taft-Harley law: Eisenhower circulates his ideas for revision; they favor the unions / by Albert Clark, Staff Reporter of Wall Street Journal, 1953
  • [52] Amendments to the Taft-Hartley Act: message from the president of the United States transmitting recommendations for amendments to the Taft-Hartley Act / published by House of Representatives, 85th Congress, 1958
  • [53] Bill: S. 2926: in the Senate of the United States/ by Mr. Ives, 1958
  • [54] Summary of labor management relations act of 1947 / prepared by Bureau of Labor Standards, U. S. Department of Labor, 1948
  • [55] Conclusions of meeting of business group studying states' rights amendments to the Taft-Hartley Act / prepared by Labor Relations Department, Chamber of Commerce of the United States, 1953
  • [56] Taft-Hartley Act in 1955: its impact at the bargaining table / address by Theophil C. Hammholz, General Counsel, National Labor Relations Board, 1955
  • [57] How to save Taft-Hartley / by Joseph H. Ball, 1953
  • [58] Taft-Hartley gains ground / by Claude Robinson, President, Opinion Research Corporation, 1954
  • [59] Statement on labor matters with reference to making plans to amend the Taft-Hartley Act / by W. E. Remington, 1953
  • [60] Present status of labor-management relations act / by George W. Armstrong, Jr., President of the Texas Steel Company and Chairman of the Industrial Relations Committee, National Association of Manufacturers, 1953
  • [61] Digest of testimony relative to amending the labor-management relations act of 1947 given before the house committee on education and labor (special report no.1000-30) / published by Women Investors Research Institute, 1953
  • [62] Analysis of the Taft-Hartley situation and recommendations for action by the counsel, employers' association of Chicago / by Frederick W. Turner, [1955]
  • [63] In re: proposals to amend the Taft-Hartley Act (special Washington report no. 1101) / published by Women Investors Research Institute, 1954
  • [64] Digest of testimony relative to amending the labor-management relations act of 1947 given before the house committee on education and labor (special report no. 1000-31) / published by Women Investors Research Insitute, Inc., 1953
  • [65] Digest of testimony relative to amending the labor-management relations act of 1947 given before the house committee on education and labor (special report no. 1000-32) / published by Women Investors Research Insitute, Inc., 1953
  • [66] Labor-management relations act: the first two hundred days / by Paul M. Herzog, Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board, 1948
  • [67] Three years after - the Taft-Hartley record / printed by Business Week, 1950
  • [68] Extract from remarks of Senator Paul H. Douglas, Democrat, Illinois, made in the United States Senate during course of current debate on repeal of Taft-Hartley Law / by Labor's League for Political Education, [1949]
  • [69] Statement of Winston M. Caldwell, president, California association of employers regarding labor management relations act, 1947 and pending labor legislation / by W. M. Caldwell, 1949
  • [70] Labor legislation: economics 283: selected bibliography Taft- Hartley Act / by Professor Harold S. Roberts, University of Hawaii, 1948
  • [71] Analysis of H. R. 4290: a bill to establish fair and equitable rules of conduct to govern labor and management in their relations with one another, with individual workers, and with the public, to protect the interest of the public in controversies between labor and management, and for other purposes / by Mr. Wood of Georgia, 1949
  • [72] Five years of the Taft-Hartley Act / prepared for publication in The Reporter by Edwin E. Witte, 1952
  • [73] Statement of secretary of labor James P. Mitchell before the committee on labor and public welfare United States Senate regarding the president's legislative recommendations affecting labor-management relations and S. 2650 / by James P. Mitchell, 1954
  • [74] Decision of NLRB in case of international longshoremen's and warehousemen's union and sunset line & twine co. / published by Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., 1948
  • [75] For a new labor law - a basic analysis / by William M. Leiserson, 1949
  • [76] Time out - for everybody's sake! / advertisement prepared by Fred Rudge, Inc., 1949
  • [77] "Watering down" the Taft-Hartley Law / prepared by Committee for Constitutional Government, [1949]
  • [78] Requisites for a new labor law: fundamental problems are collective bargaining and role of department of labor / by Elinore Morehouse Herrick, 1947
  • [79] Taft-Hartley Act is not a slave labor law as some union leaders charge / prepared by National Foundry Association, 1949
  • [80] Minority pressure vis-a-vis majority rule in collective bargaining / by Robert F. Koretz, 1951
  • [81] Selected list of articles on legal aspects of Taft-Hartley Act / by U. S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1948
  • [82] Periodicals: bibliography / Union Publications, 1948
  • [83] Text of administration's bill to repeal the Taft-Hartley Law and re-enact the Wagner Act / published by New York Times, 1949
  • [84] Excerpts from report of joint committee on labor-management relations / published by Congressional Record, 1949
  • [85] Bill: S. 2999 / from 82nd Congress, 2nd Session, 1952
  • [85] Bill: S. 2503 / from 82d Congress, 2d Session, 1952
  • [86] Plan for education of employees as to truth about Taft-Hartley Act: suggested subjects for letters / unknown source, [1950]
  • [87] Labor and the law: the Taft-Hartley Act / by Matthew Woll for Workers Education Bureau of America, 1948
  • [88] Labor management relations act, 1949: Prentice-Hall pilot chart and analysis / published by Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1947
  • [89] Labor management relations act: the first two hundred days / by Paul M. Herzog, Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board, 1948
  • [90] Bill: H. R. 3361 / from 83rd Congress, 1st Session, 1953
  • [91] Bill: H. R. 4290 / from 81st Congress, 1st Session, 1949
  • [92] What's ahead in labor-management relations / by Fred A. Hartley, Jr., Co-author of the famed Taft-Hartley Act, 1952
  • [93] Shall we repeal the Taft-Hartley Law / radio address of M. G. Ensinger, President and General Manager of Union Wire Rope Corporation, 1949
  • [94] Bill: S. 658 / from 83rd Congress, 1st Session, 1953
  • [95] Message of the President scheduled for delivery to the Congress on January 11, 1954 / by Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1954
  • [96] Bill: H. R. 3067 / from 83rd Congress, 1st Session, 1953
  • [97] Bill: S. 1075 / from 83rd Congress, 1st Session, 1953
  • [98] Bill: H. R. 1311 / from 83rd Congress, 1st Session, 1953
  • [99] Statement of Senator H. Alexander Smith accompanying the introduction of the Bill amending the national labor relations act of 1947 / by Senator H. Alexander Smith, 1954
  • [100] Bill: S.1026 / from 83rd Congress, 1st Session, 1953.
  • [101] Bill: H. R. 3361 / from 83rd Congress, 1st Session, 1953
  • [102] Bill: H. R. 96 / from 84th Congress, 1st Session, 1955
  • [103] Bill: S. 770 / from 84th Congress, 1st Session, 1955
  • [104] Bill: S. 2650 / from 83rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1954
  • [105] Bill: S. 1785 / from 83rd Congress, 1st Session, 1953
  • [106] Bill: S. 3842 / from 84th Congress, 2nd Session, 1956
  • [107] Correspondence between the department of labor and the department of justice concerning the labor-management relations act of 1947 / published by U. S. Department of Labor, 1948
  • [108] Recent developments under LMRA / prepared by National Association of Manufacturers, 1954
  • [109] Bill: S. 674 / from 84th Congress, 1st Session, 1955
  • [110] Bill: S. 1860 / 84th Congress, 1st Session, 1955
  • [111] Statement by United States Senator Irving M. Ives at the time of the introduction of his amendment to the Taft-Hartley Act ... / Office of Senator Ives, February 20, 1953
  • [112] Statement by United States Senator Irving M. Ives at the time of the introduction of his amendment to the Taft-Hartley Act ... / Office of Senator Ives, February 25, 1953
  • [113] How employees benefit from the new labor law / American Machinist, July, 1947
  • [114] Excerpts from speech by Congressman John F. Kennedy at [Massachusetts] state convention of American federation of labor on July 31, 1947 / by Congressman John F. Kennedy, 1947
  • [115] What the labor management relations act means to you / National Foremen's Institute, Inc., 1948
  • [116] Taft-Hartley law: a primer of labor's bill of rights / by Phelps Adams, 1948
  • [117] Supervisor's life under the Taft-Hartley law / Labor Relations Institute, 1948
  • [118] Discussion of labor management legislation / by Charles A. Halleck, 1947
  • [119] Contract and policy problems under the Taft-Hartley act [with questions and answers] / by Hiram S. Hall, 1948
  • [120] Labor-management relations: a statement of principles / Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York, 1949
  • [121] Comments on the new N.L.R.B. rules and regulations [with questions and answers] / by Burton A. Zorn, 1947
  • [122] What Taft-Hartley revision means / American Meat Institute, 1954
  • [123] Why the Taft-Hartley act should be repealed and the wagner act re-enacted / Labor Law Committee of the National Lawyers Guild, 1949
  • [124] NEMA conference on the labor-management relations act of 1947 / National Electrical Manufacturers Association, Industrial Relations Committee, 1947
  • [125] President's committee on labor-management policy / by Jack Stieber, 1966.
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