Cole, David Lawrence. Series 1. Correspondence, 1946-1977.

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Cole, David Lawrence, 1902-1977. Cole, David Lawrence. Series 1. Correspondence, 1946-1977.

Cole, David Lawrence. Series 1. Correspondence, 1946-1977.

Topics and issues covered in this correspondence include railroad union shops; the Labor Advisory Committee to Federal Civil Defense Administration (1955); the Industrial Security Program; jurisdictional disputes between various unions; arbitration; the Department of Defense Loyalty Program; labor-management cooperation; emergency labor disputes; the Wage Stabilization Board (1951); the AFL-CIO merger (1955); the Eisenhower administration; public hysteria over communism; the state of the economy; right to work laws; the Missile Sites Labor Commission (1961); possible amendments to the Taft-Hartley Act; productivity; the New Jersey minimum wage law; racial discrimination in non-operating railroad unions; the National Citizen's Commission on International Cooperation (1955); appointments to the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service; the President's Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy (1966); the Joint Council on Economic Education (1953); "equality of bargaining power" between labor and management; theories of collective bargaining; the Railway Labor Act; Governor Rockefeller's Special Committee to Replace the Condon-Wadlin Act (Governor's Committee on Public Employee Relations); and labor relations boards established in the coal, steel, and longshore industries.

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