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May, 1988, Vol. 111, No. 5
Have the 1980's changed
U.S. industrial relations?
Economic and political policies and demographic and social trends affected labor-management practices, but have caused no fundamental changes. Carried over to industrial relations, this perspective, combined with ignorance of history, often distorts or fails to put into perspective the reporting, analysis, and prescription of the day.
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