Labour Industrial Relations

Black Workers and the New Unions by Horace R. Cayton,George S. Mitchell

By Horace R. Cayton,George S. Mitchell

it is a publication if you need to know what relatively occurs while, in conditions of large complexity and below the impetus of the recent Deal, an impossible to resist force for exertions association runs head-on into an immovably imbedded race prejudice. it truly is according to interviews by means of the authors with these humans so much in detail concerned.

Originally released in 1939.

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