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93 Monthly Lab. Rev. 1 (1970)

handle is hein.journals/month93 and id is 1 raw text is: MONTHLY LABOR REVIEW
Editor-in-Chief, Herbert C. Morton
Executive Editor, Henry Lowenstern
Paul M-. Schwab
H. Charles Spring
Norman M. Bradburn

Robert W. Fisher
W. J. Layng, T. Nakayama
0. G. Mitchell, C. T. Sorenson
Florence C. Johnson
Joseph A. Hickey

3    Unemployment by region and in largest States
Special Labor Force Report shows how jobless rates in West are
higher than U.S. average
13   Collective bargaining calendar for 1970
Negotiation of new agreements will affect 5 million workers;
another 5 million will receive deferred increases
27   Selecting the questions to be asked in surveys
Five obstacles to selection of questions for testing social-
psychological variables
PERSPECTIVES ON 1969
30 Labor and the economy in 1969
44   An analysis of third quarter price changes
48   State labor legislation enacted in 1969
57   How workmen's compensation changed in 1969
62   State unemployment insurance laws: 1969 changes

DEPARTMENTS
Labor month in review
Foreign labor briefs
Major agreements expiring next month
Developments in industrial relations
Book reviews and notes
Current labor statistics
JANUARY 1970  VOLUME 93, NUMBER 1

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