22 Lab. Stud. J. 1 (1997-1998)

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         Labor Studies Journal
Vol. 22, No. 1                                           Spring 1997


Visions of Success: National Leaders' Views on Union Effectiveness
                                 Jack Fiorito, Lee P. Stepina,
                           Paul Jarley, John Thomas Delaney
                                        and Mike Knudstrup         3

Factors Differentiating Union and Nonunion Organizations:
   Some Evidence From Canada
                                            Terry H. Wagar        20

The Emerging Significance of Internet Patterns of Association
                                         Richard L. Hannah        37

The Effects of Workplace-Based College Degree Programs
   on the Academic Persistence Rates of Selected Automobile
   Workers: A Pilot Study
                                         Cynthia L. Conway        50

   Edited by Roberta Till-Retz                                    60

Projecting Capitalism: A History of the Internationalization
   of the Construction Industry
   By Marc Linder
   Reviewed by Peter Donohue

Employment Relations in a Changing World Economy
   Edited by Richard Locke, Thomas Kochan, and Michael Piore
   Reviewed by Markley Roberts

The Workers of Nations: Industrial Relations in a Global Economy
   Edited by Sanford M. Jacoby
   Reviewed by Ken Fones-Wolf

   Edited by Robert Asher and Ronald Edsforth
   Reviewed by Howard Stanger

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