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Albert, Peter J. (1946-....))
American Federation of Labor
Buck's Stove & Range Company
Kaufman, Stuart Bruce
Mitchell, John (1870-1919)
Palladino, Grace (1953 -))
Robbins, Hayes (1873-1941)
Taft, Philip (1902-)
United States. Commission on Industrial Relations
United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary
Address of Samuel Gompers, before the Arbitration conference, held at Chicago, Ill. Dec. 17, 1900, under the auspices of the National civic federation.
america's fight for the preservation of democracy: an address delivered by samuel gompers at minneapolis, minn.: and the declaration of principles
American labor movement
Arguments of Daniel Davenport, esq., general counsel for the American anti-boycott association
attitude of the american federation of labor toward industrial education, the
Department of labor. Hearings before the committee on Labor of the House of Representatives, on the bill H. R. 13, to establish a department of Labor. January 12, 1912.
double edge of labor's sword, The
Eight-hour workday: its inauguration, enforcement and influences
essence of labor's contention on the injunction abuse
essence of the clayton law, the
fundamental issues: present industrial controversies an expression of vital conflict between industry and finance, the
Hearings on the so-called anti-injunction bills and all labor bills ...
Immigration up to Congress.
In relation to alleged contempt of the Supreme court of the District of Columbia in the cause entitled The Buck stove and range co., plaintiff, vs. The American federation of labor
investigation of taylor system of shop management: hearings before...
justice wright's denial of free speech and free press
labor and antitrust legislation: the facts, theory and argument: a brief and appeal
Labor and the common welfare
labor in europe and america: personal observations from an american viewpoint of life and conditions of working men in great britain, france, holland, germany, italy, ... [etc.]
Labor, management and production.
labor's protest against a rampant tragedy
Labor's service to freedom
Labour and the war speeches delivered in the Canadian House of Commons, April 26, 1918 and before the Canadian Club, Ottawa, April 27, 1918
letters to a bishop: correspondence between samuel gompers, president of the american federation of labor, and bishop william a. quayle, of the methodist episcopal church
Ligue de nations ou ligue de financiers
limitations of conciliation and arbitration., The
mcnamara case; also, an appeal for funds to secure a fair and impartial trial, the
meat vs. rice: american manhood against asiatic coolieism: who shall survive?
Mr. Gompers under cross-examination excerpts from the testimony of Mr. Gompers before the committee of the New York Legislature investigating housing conditions (Lockwood Committee)
Nation's Forum Collection
[National Civic Federation pamphlets].
Open shop editorials
Organized labor. Its struggles, its enemies and fool friends
out of their own mouths: a revelation and an indictment of sovietism
preparedness for national defense: an address delivered before the 16th annual meeting of the national civic federation on january 18, 1916, at washington...
Réceptions de Gompers à la Confédération Générale du Travail les 24 et 26 Septembre 1918
Report and minutes of the Commission on international labour legislation.
Samuel Gompers on the Kansas Court of Industrial Relations law "laws to make strikes unlawful will not prevent them."
Samuel Gompers papers, The
Samyueru gonpāzu jiden.
Schemes to "distribute" immigrants: article from American Federationist, July, 1911, relating to the methods of state and philanthropic bureaus in the schemes to "distribute" immigrants in the United States
settlement of labor disputes, The
Seventy years of life and labor
Should a political labor party be formed?
Socialismus und gewerkschafts-bewegung; eine debatte vor des Bundes-industrie-commission
speech delivered october 13, 1908, at dayton, ohio
Truth about soviet russia and bolshevism
Union shop and its antithesis
Wilson anti-injunction bill (H. R. 11032) labor's reasons for its enactment. From report of Samuel Gompers, president, to thirty-first annual convention American federation of labor, held at Atlanta, Ga., November 13 to 27, 1911 ...
workers and the eight-hour workday; and, the shorter workday: its philosophy, the