Horton, Grace
January 1969
ILR Review;Jan69, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p264
Academic Journal
The article lists various publications related to industrial and labor relations which includes the "Canadian Labour Relations in an Era of Technological Change," by Jean-Réal Cardin "Condensation of Addresses and Highlights of Group Meetings, 1967," "Industrial Conflict and Race Conflict: Parallels Between the 1930's and the 1960's," "Industrial and Labor Relations," edited by A. Fraser Isbester and "New York State Public Employment Relations: An ILR conference," edited by Edward Levin.


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