11 Lab. Stud. J. 1 (1986-1987)

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         Labor Studies Journal

Vol. 11, No. 1                                       Spring 1986


Union Shop Deauthorizations: A New Threat to Unions?
                       William E. Fulmer and Clyde J. Scott   3

Sports and the Labor Studies Curriculum
                                         Steven Tischler     15

A New Means for Liberals: Liberal Responses to
  Adult and Worker Education in the 1920s
                                       James M. Wallace      26

The Rhode Island Greenhouse Compact: A Labor
  Perspective on Industrial Policy Development
                        Dan Weisman and Tracy Fitzpatrick    42

NEWSLETTER  of UCLEA Committee on Programs for
  Union Women                                                61

AUDIO-VISUAL REFERENCE SHELF                                 69

BOOK  REVIEW ESSAY:                                          74
Digging Deeper: Issues in the Miners' Strike,
  edited by Huw Beynon, and The Miners' Strike,
  by Geoffrey Goodman
  Reviewed by Peggy Kahn

BOOK  REVIEWS:                                               81

Plant Closing Legislation. Edited by Antone Aboud
  Reviewed by David Alexander

Community  and Capital in Conflict: Plant Closings and Job Loss.
  Edited by John C. Raines, Lenora E. Benson, and David McL. Gracie
  Reviewed by Brenda Cochrane

Mass Unemployment: Plant Closings and Community Mental Health.
  By Terry E Buss and F Stevens Redburn with Joseph Waldron
  Reviewed by Eileen Kelly

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