Books on Issues Related to the Department of Labor

Books on Issues Related to the Department of Labor

Berry, Robert E., The State Labor Departments: Organization, Functions, Personnel, Finances, and Relations with the Federal Department of Labor, Univ. of Wisconsin, Ph.D., 1951.

Dunlop, John T., Industrial Relations Systems, Carbondale, IL, 1970.

Dunlop, John T., Wage Determination under Trade Unions, New York, 1950.

Dunlop, John T. and Bok, Derek C., Labor and the American Community, New York, 1970.

Marshall, F. Ray, Labor in the South, Cambridge, MA, 1967.

Marshall, F. Ray, The Negro Worker, New York, 1967.

Marshall, F. Ray, Unheard Voices: Labor and Economic Policy in a Competitive World, New York, 1987.

McAdams, Alan K., Power and Politics in Labor Legislation [Landrum-Griffin Act], New York, 1964.

Morton, Herbert C., Public Contracts and Private Wages: Experience under the Walsh-Healey Act, Washington, 1965.

Reich, Robert B., The Work of Nations: Preparing Ourselves for 21st Century Capitalism, London, 1991.

Shultz, George P. and Dam, Kenneth W., Economic Policy beyond the Headlines, Stanford, CA, 1977.

U.S. Dept. of Labor, 200 Years of American Worklife, Washington (GPO), 1977.

U.S. Dept. of Labor, Growth of Labor Law in the United States, Washington (GPO), 1967.

Wirtz, W. Willard, Education and Work: A New American Prospect, Washington, 1975.

Wirtz, W. Willard, Labor and the Public Interest, New York, 1964.