Liberty Concepts in Labor Relations
By Byron R. Abernathy
2000/01 - Beard Books - Business Classic
1893122875 - Paperback - Reprint - 123 pp.
Intriguing reading to fathom the opposing freedoms expounded by management and labor.
By briefly analyzing the freedoms of enterprise, of contract, of property, of association, to bargain collectively, to strike, and of expression, this study is aimed at discovering the real meaning of the concepts of liberty held by employers and employees to form a basis for reconciling the discordant attitudes. Intriguing reading for all interested in the history, politics, and economics of labor movements and legislation.
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Dr. Byron R. Abernathy, Ph.D. was a professor in the Department of Government at Texas Technological College in Lubbock, TX.
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