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Measuring Monopoly: A New Approach. A Statement of National Chamber Policy on Concentration of Economic Power. The testimony of Herman W. Steinkraus, President of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States as presented to the House Judiciary Subcommittee studying anti-monopoly legislation, November 21, 1949.
Detour Ahead: Business... Big and Small... Built America, by Benjamin F. Fairless, President, United States Steel Corporation. A speech before the Baltimore Association of Commerce and a statement in Washington before the Subcommittee on the Study of Monopoly Power of the House Committee on the Judiciary.
Manpower for Defense, by Lewis D. Barton, Industry Relations Representative. U.S. Employment Service, Bureau of Employment Security. U.S. Department of Labor. Before the Annual Meeting of the Associated Tobacco Manufacturers, Greenbrier Hotel, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, October 13, 1950
Lest We Forget! A Statement of the Morale Problem Existing in Connection With Employees Called Into Service and Veterans Now Returning to Civilian Life: Recommended Personnel Practices Through Which Industry Can Play An Important Part in Solving the Problem. Prepared by the Personnel Managers' Committee, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, May 26, 1952
Summary Report and Conclusion of Industrial Union Department Seminar: Collective Bargaining Problems of Progression and Technical Wars in Industry. Harvard University, Industrial Union Department, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, January 14-17, 1960
Executive Order on the Conduct of Labor Relations Between the City of New York and Members of the Police Force of the Police Department. Executive Memorandum, To: Michael J. Murphy, Commissioner, Police Department, City of New York, From: Hon. Robert F. Wagner, Mayor of the City of New York, March 29, 1963.
Double Overtime Pay: Statement by Theodore O. Yntema, Vice President, Ford Motor Company, representing Automobile Manufacturers Association before the Joint Committee of General Subcommittee on Labor and Select Subcommittee on Labor of the Committee on Education and Labor on H.R. 9802, "The Overtime Penalty Act of 1964," February 28, 1964
Physiological and Psychological Aspects of Night and Shift Work, by Jadwiga Wojtszak-Jaroszowa. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Center for Disease Control, and National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Cincinnati, Ohio, December 1977
Stoppages of Work, Violations of Award and Other Disturbances During the First Term of the Arbitrators' Award by the National Longshoremen's Board Under Date of October 12, 1934. October 12, 1934 to October 14, 1936, Ports of Puget Sound, Columbia River, Northern California, Southern California
Memorandum of Understanding Between Pacific Maritime Association (on behalf of its Members) and International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (on behalf of itself and all Longshore and Marine Clerks Locals in California, Oregon and Washington) , August 10, 1959-June 15, 1962
Human Relations and Human Rights: A Brief Summary of Discussions of the Fifth Annual Institute of Race Relations, by Charles S. Johnson. Department of Race Relations, American Missionary Association. Board of Home Missions, Congregational Christian Churches, Department Offices at Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee
Studies in Employment and Unemployment: Civil Rights, Employment, and the Social Status of American Negroes, by Harold L. Sheppard and Herbert E. Striner. The W.K. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. Based on a report for the United States Commission on Civil Rights, Contract Number CCR-66-5, June 1966
Occupational Status Orientations of Negro Youth: Annotated Abstracts of the Research Literature, by William P. Kuvlesky and Michael F. Lever. Texas A and M University, Department of Agricultural Economics and Sociology, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, June 1967. Departmental Technical Report No. 67-2.
Separatism or Integration, Which Way for America?, by Robert S. Browne and Bayard Rustin. Introduction by John A. Morsell. Philip Randolph Educational Fund. Taken from speeches delivered before the Plenary Session of the National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council, June 30-July 3, 1968.