14 Lab. Stud. J. 1 (1989)

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         Labor Studies Journal

Vol. 14, No. 1                                          Spring 1989

                              Contents

What Do Managers Mean  by Cooperative Labor Relations?
                        Paula B. Voos and Tsan-Yuang Cheng        3

The Implications of Cell Manufacturing for U.S. Factory Workers
  and Their Unions
                          Keith Knauss and Michael Matuszak      19

Learning from Clerical Unions: Two Cases of Organizing Success
                                          Richard W. Hurd        30

Research on Union Commitment: Implications for Labor
                       Daniel G. Gallagher and Paul F. Clark     52

BOOK REVIEws:                                                    72

America versus Japan: A Comparative Study. Edited by
  Thomas  K. McCraw
  Reviewed by Laurie Clements

Using Computers: Human Factors in Information Systems.
  By Raymond  S. Nickerson
  Reviewed by Steven Hecker

And the Wolf Finally Came: The Decline of the American Steel
  Industry. By John P. Hoerr
  Reviewed by Russell W. Gibbons

Up from the Ashes: The Rise of the Steel Minimill in the United
  States. By Donald F. Barnett and Robert W. Crandall
  Reviewed by Stanley Rosen

Out of the Crucible: Black Steelworkers in Western Pennsylvania,
  1875-1980. By Dennis C. Dickerson
  Reviewed by Ruth Needleman

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