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Unionism in Japan and the Construction Unions

  • Sidney M. Levy

Abstract

The thought of unions and the union movement in America conjures up visions of Walter Reuther being pummeled by Henry Ford’s goon squads outside of the automaker’s Dearborn factory in 1937, or of giant steel mills lying cold and quiet as angry steelworkers march in picket lines around the plant. Labor and management seem to have been at odds with each other in the United States forever, and the union movement was born and took strength from the discord that existed between worker and boss.

Keywords

Construction Industry Collective Bargaining Union Membership Union Movement Vacation Time 
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© Van Nostrand Reinhold 1990

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  • Sidney M. Levy

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