A Fresh New Approach to Collective Bargaining - A Look at the Institution of Collective Bargaining in American Motors Corporation
Northrup, Gregory W.
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It is the purpose of this paper to discuss and analyze the institution of collective bargaining in only one corporation out of the vast number of businesses in which it exists. This paper, it is hoped, will be a careful study of collective bargaining in the American Motors Corporation, the fourth largest member of the automobile industry.
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