9 Lab. L.J. 1 (1958)

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JANUARY * 1958
Volume 9      . . . Number 1
The  Economy                                          .    ..... .  2
Labor Relations           .      .   ....                         .  5
Employer Free Speech and Representation Elections ....... by Norman J. Wood  9
Development of a Free-Speech Policy in Industrial Relations . .. by Judy Chanin 14
Profanity and the Right of Discharge . .by Irving Kovarsky and Paul L. Kleinsorge 25
State Intervention in Public Utility Labor-Management Relations. . by Edward Sussna 35
Lockouts ...                  . by Robert V. Sweetall and Stanley L. Aiges 43
Recognition-Organizational Picketing and Right-to-Work Laws
.  ....                  I by Bernard D. Meltzer 55
Collective Bargaining-Institutional and Statutory Setting .... by Mary L. Dooley 63
Hot Cargo Clauses .     ...........      ..     . by Robert J. Scolnik 71
Rank and File
Meetings of labor men . . . Right-to-work deduction . . . Compulsory
retirement . . . Future skilled-worker shortage . . . Supplemental unemploy-
ment benefits from both company and state . . . Safety rates for workers . ... 81
A speech delivered by Joseph A. Jenkins, NLRB member, before the Arbitra-
tion and Industrial Relations Conference, held in Fort Worth, Texas....... .84
@ 1957, Commerce Clearing House, Inc., Chicago 30, Illinois
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