First published in 1938. This study of the labour crisis in the USA consists of interviews with leaders and members of labour unions, unorganised workers, businessmen, and those in positions of public responsibility. The author explores the foundations of the crisis, and examines the possible issues that he predicted the US labour force were going to encounter. This title will be of interest to scholars and students of political and labour history.
Table of Contents
Preface; 1. Introduction 2. The Background of a Crisis 3. C. I. O. in Steel 4. C. I. O. in Automobiles 5. Other Fields to Conquer 6. C. I. O Tactics 7. The Employer Fights Back 8. The Economics of the C. I. O. 9. The Politics of the C. I. O. 10. Problems Ahead; Notes on Sources; Index