Union Maintenance

Archive Report


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Richard M. Boeckel, Editor

Security of Labor Unions in Wartime

Organized labor will emerge from the present war with the largest membership in its history. During the war, trade unions have solidified their position in many industries by greatly increasing the proportion of members working under closed-shop, union-shop, or maintenance-of-membership requirements. After the war, labor leaders will exert every effort to hold and extend these and other wartime gains. Their ability to do so will depend in no small degree on the measure of success attending industry and government efforts ...

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