Series 8, Subseries 4, Study of the Trade Union (The Individual and the Trade Union)
4 boxes (2 partial)
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Collection Creator: Fund for the Republic..
Extent: 4 boxes (2 partial)
Collection is open for research use.
Series 8, Subseries 4, Study of the Trade Union (The Individual and the Trade Union), 1957-1964, examined the pressure exerted by unions on the social, cultural and political lives of their members, as well as the implications for the rights of individuals in collective bargaining practices, jurisdictional strikes, national strikes affecting the public interest, restrictive work rules, and community-union clashes of interest. The study was chaired by Consultant Clark Kerr, who established a Research Advisory Committee, and staff administrator Paul Jacobs. Material contained within this subseries includes correspondence, articles, pamphlets, position papers, and transcripts.
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Series 8, Subseries 4, Study of the Trade Union (The Individual and the Trade Union); 1957-1964; Fund for the Republic Records, Public Policy Papers, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.
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