9 Indus. & Lab. Rel. Rev. 1 (1955-1956)
Table of Contents - Issue 1

handle is hein.journals/ialrr9 and id is 3 raw text is: Industrial and Labor Relations Review
VOLUME 9, NUMBER 1, OCTOBER 1955
ARTICLES
Interunion Disputes in Great Britain and the United States  Howard G. Gamser
Local Union Structure: Formality and Reality
Herbert J. Lahne and Joseph Kovner
A New Technique in Seniority Administration            Richard P. Brown
The Strategic Alliance as a Factor in Union Growth       Marten S. Estey
Labor Market Behavior in Small Towns Irvin Sobel and Richard C. Wilcock
Effects of Right-to-Work Laws: A Study of the Texas Act  Frederic Meyers

DISCUSSIONS
Labor Arbitration: A Current Appraisal
A Pattern for the Study of Human Relations in Industry
Union Participation in Foreign Aid Programs
An Italian's View of American Labor: A Review Article
COMMUNICATIONS
Structuring of the Labor Force in Industrial Society
Comment
Reply                                    Clark
DOCUMENTS
AFL-CIO Merger Agreement
Draft Constitution of Proposed AFL-CIO Federation

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Harold W. Davey
Solomon Barkin
David Heaps
Oscar Ornati

Milton Derber
Lerr and Abraham Siegel

J. Gormly Miller and Bradford Shaw 136

REVIEWS
Inter-industry Labor Mobility: The Case of the Displaced Textile Worker. By William H.
Miernyk. Reviewed by Robert L. Aronson.
Mobility in the Labour Market: Employment Changes in Battersea and Dagenham. By
Margot Jefferys with the assistance of Winifred Moss. Reviewed by Gladys L.
Palmer.
Labor Mobility in Six Cities: A Report on the Surveys of Patterns and Factors in Labor
Mobility, 1940-1950. By Gladys L. Palmer assisted by Carol P. Brainerd. Re-
viewed by Robert L. Raimon.
Employment Expansion and Population Growth: The California Experience, 1900-1950.
By Margaret S. Gordon. Reviewed by W. S. Woytinsky.
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