12 Lab. Stud. J. 1 (1987-1988)

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         Labor Studies Journal

Vol. 12, No. 1                                       Spring 1987


Labor Education in Depression: A British Perspective
                                           Brian Towers       3

Union Officials Assess the Labor Movement
  and Labor-Management Relations
                                         Brian Heshizer      29

The Conference as an Administrative Strategy
  for Building Organizational Commitment:
  The CWA  Experience
                                          Larry D. Terry     48

Erosion of Seniority Rights in the U.S. Labor Force
                                           Carl Gersuny      62

NEWSLETTER  of UCLEA Committee on Programs for
  Union Women                                                76

AUDIO-VISUAL REFERENCE SHELF                                 79
The Global Assembly Line
  Reviewed by Dorothy Sue Cobble                             79
You've Come a Long Way, Maybe?
  Reviewed by Peggy Kahn                                     81

BOOK  REVIEWS:                                               85

A 1980's View: The Coal Miner's General Strike of 1949-50 and the
  Birth of Marxist-Humanism in the U.S. By Andy Phillips
  Reviewed by Edward Laurence Taub
Industrial Confrontation. Edited by Jennifer Aldred
  Reviewed by Michael D. Parsons
  World Labour Report: Vol. I. By the International Labour
  Reviewed by Kate Laskowitz
The Changing Law of Fair Representation. Edited by Jean T.
  Reviewed by Neill DeClercq

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