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A. H. Raskin

A. H. Raskin

American Unionism, thirty years after the New Deal, is in the grip of two contradictory developments. One of these is a new surge of social...

Organized labor in the United States is in serious difficulties today—and it may prove to be the healthiest thing that has happened to it in...

We have been having an economic recession, though it is a matter of debate as to how severe, and of what likely duration. From its...

Today labor unions are big business. And some of them show an increasing tendency, as A. H. Raskin here points out, to behave like businessmen...

For organized labor, the election of Eisenhower marked the end of an era—more so perhaps than for any other section of the population. A. H....

In the last wave of strikes in coal and steel, the familiar headlines and the presence of such well-known figures as John L. Lewis, Philip...

Current labor-management struggles and tensions seem to most observers to mark a critical stage in postwar industrial relations, with serious implications, not only for the...

Among the songs that enjoyed a great vogue a year ago was a sprightly little number called “Accentuate the Positive.” So unremittingly was it repeated...

American unions, grown strong under fourteen years of protective legislation fostered by President Roosevelt, enter Year One of the Republican Resurgence with no clear-cut program...