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Series 2, Subseries 4. National Commission on Industrial Peace files, 1971-1974.

Author: David L Cole
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Papers, 1943-1977, bulk 1950-1970.
Database:WorldCat
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Materials concern the following issues and topics: legislation which would mandate compulsory arbitration; role of government in labor disputes; role of conciliation and mediation; the energy crisis; alternatives to strikes; economic stabilization program; Toledo (Ohio) Labor-Management Citizens' Committee; labor relations in federal service; quality of work and its impact on productivity; West coast longshoremen's
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Named Person: Stephen Davison Bechtel; Peter J Brennan; John T Dunlop; Gerald R Ford; Paul Hall; R Heath Larry; Abraham Lieberman; George Meany; Marvin Julian Miller; Maurice F Neufeld; Charles M Rehmus; Israel Ben Scheiber; George P Shultz; Ralph T Seward; William J Usery; Leonard Woodcock
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David L Cole
OCLC Number: 64091492
In: Cole, David Lawrence, 1902-1977
Description: 2 linear ft.

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Materials concern the following issues and topics: legislation which would mandate compulsory arbitration; role of government in labor disputes; role of conciliation and mediation; the energy crisis; alternatives to strikes; economic stabilization program; Toledo (Ohio) Labor-Management Citizens' Committee; labor relations in federal service; quality of work and its impact on productivity; West coast longshoremen's contract negotiations; labor management relations in the atomic energy industry; public interest in national labor policy; collective bargaining and industrial peace; wage increases and upcoming negotiations; written grievances; avoidance of strikes; 1973 Longshoremen's Strike; cement industry; national emergency disputes (1971-1972); applications for executive director, NCIP; and a stabilization agreement in the sheet metal industry.

Correspondence includes incoming and outgoing letters from the following: Stephen Bechtel; Peter J. Brennan (secretary of labor); John T. Dunlop; Gerald Ford; Paul Hall (Seafarers' International Union); R. Heath Larry (U.S. Steel); Charles Rehmus (Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations, Wayne State University); Israel Ben Scheiber (lawyer); Abraham Lieberman (lawyer); Ralph T. Seward; Marvin Miller (Major League Baseball Players Association); George Meany; Maurice F. Neufeld (New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University); George P. Shultz (Bechtel); William J. Usery (Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service); and Leonard Woodcock (United Automobile Workers).

Include correspondence, documents, flyers, and memoranda concerning the Commission.

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