Ideas for Social Change
The thrust of my remarks has been fashioned by two convictions. First: vast changes in the ways of men living and working together — and in their fighting — are coming about with the acceleration of technical knowledge and its application. It consequence, our already interdependent nation is becoming increasingly interdependent. Second: the resulting social problems can be satisfactorily dealt with only by bringing the basic principles of our kind of a democracy to greater fruition. We believe that by reasoning together, under man-made systems of persuasion, people are willing and able to accomodate as between the duties which alone held a society together and the freedom to act personally. Ours is an agreement-making society.
KeywordsCollective Bargaining Institutional Form Labor Agreement Employment Term Private Agreement
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