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Cole, David Lawrence. Series 1. Correspondence, 1946-1977.

Author: David L Cole
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Papers, 1943-1977, bulk 1950-1970.
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Topics and issues covered in this correspondence include railroad union shops; the Labor Advisory Committee to Federal Civil Defense Administration (1955); the Industrial Security Program; jurisdictional disputes between various unions; arbitration; the Department of Defense Loyalty Program; labor-management cooperation; emergency labor disputes; the Wage Stabilization Board (1951); the AFL-CIO merger (1955); the  Read more...
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Named Person: Irving Bernstein; Howard Coughlin; Thomas R Donahue; John T Dunlop; Howard Durham; Nathan Paul Feinsinger; Felix Frankfurter; Lloyd Garrison; Arthur J Goldberg; Paul M Herzog; Hubert H Humphrey; Lyndon B Johnson; John F Kennedy; Robert F Kennedy; Clark Kerr; Theodore Woodrow Kheel; William M Leiserson; John L Lewis; George Meany; Richard M Nixon; Selig Perlman; Nelson A Rockefeller; Sumner H Slichter; George W Taylor; Harry S Truman; Willard Wirtz; Sidney Wolff
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David L Cole
OCLC Number: 64091655
In: Cole, David Lawrence, 1902-1977
Notes: Includes correspondence with George Meany (American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)); Thomas R. Donahue (AFL-CIO); Howard Coughlin (Office and Professional Employees International Union); John T. Dunlop (professor of economics, Harvard University); Howard Durham (Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service); Nathan P. Feinsinger (Wage Stabilization Board); Felix Frankfurter (Supreme Court justice); Lloyd Garrison (National War Labor Board); Arthur J. Goldberg (secretary of labor, 1961-1963); Sumner H. Slichter (professor of economics, Harvard University); Paul Herzog (National Labor Relations Board); Hubert H. Humphrey (senator, Minnesota); Irving Bernstein (University of California); John L. Lewis (United Mine Workers); Lyndon Baines Johnson; John F. Kennedy; Robert F. Kennedy; Clark Kerr (University of California, Berkeley); Theodore Kheel; Richard Lester (Princeton); William Leiserson (University of California, Berkeley); Richard M. Nixon; George W. Taylor (University of Pennsylvania); Selig Perlman (University of Wisconsin); Nelson A. Rockefeller (governor, New York); Harry S. Truman; Willard Wirtz (secretary of labor, 1963-1968); and Sidney Wolff (arbitrator), among others.
Includes correspondence between Cole and various individuals concerning professional and personal matters. Much of the correspondence is routine.
Description: 3.5 linear ft.

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Topics and issues covered in this correspondence include railroad union shops; the Labor Advisory Committee to Federal Civil Defense Administration (1955); the Industrial Security Program; jurisdictional disputes between various unions; arbitration; the Department of Defense Loyalty Program; labor-management cooperation; emergency labor disputes; the Wage Stabilization Board (1951); the AFL-CIO merger (1955); the Eisenhower administration; public hysteria over communism; the state of the economy; right to work laws; the Missile Sites Labor Commission (1961); possible amendments to the Taft-Hartley Act; productivity; the New Jersey minimum wage law; racial discrimination in non-operating railroad unions; the National Citizen's Commission on International Cooperation (1955); appointments to the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service; the President's Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy (1966); the Joint Council on Economic Education (1953); "equality of bargaining power" between labor and management; theories of collective bargaining; the Railway Labor Act; Governor Rockefeller's Special Committee to Replace the Condon-Wadlin Act (Governor's Committee on Public Employee Relations); and labor relations boards established in the coal, steel, and longshore industries.

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