The labor movement in post-war France

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Labor unions -- France, Labor and laboring classes -- France, Labor laws and legislation -- France, Cooperation -- France, Communism -- France, Employers" associations -- F

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Statementby David J. Saposs ...
SeriesSocial and economic studies of post-war France, prepared under the auspices of Columbia university, Council for research in the social sciences, ed. by C. J. H. Hayes... vol. IV
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LC ClassificationsHD8430 .S3
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Paginationxviii, 508 p.
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The Labor Movement in Post War France: Social and Economic Studies of Post War France, V4 [Saposs, David Joseph, Hayes, Carlton J.

H.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Labor Movement in Post War France: Social and Economic Studies of Post War France Author: David Joseph Saposs. And, whereas in the other continental European countries organized Catholic union groups existed before the War, in France it was not until the post-War split in the C.

T., that they became significant, although isolated unions of Catholic workers date from the early beginnings of the French labor movement.

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Subjects: Labor unions -- France. Labor movement -- France. Labor laws and legislation -- France.

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View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. Economist Gerald Friedman, in an astute comparative study of the evolution of labor movements in the United States and France in the period from toilluminates not only the distinctive turns to syndicalism in France and craft unionism in the United States, but also the unique impact each form of unionization had on the shaping of the French and the U.S.

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France's trade unions are notorious for bringing the country to a standstill, but the country has one of the lowest rate of unionised employees in Europe and the numbers are falling. Here's what. Request PDF | On Dec 1,David Lidov and others published Book Review: Beyond the Promised Land, the Movement and the Myth David Noble; Toronto: Between the Lines,pp.

$ So we see that the Japanese labor and socialist movement, on a smaller scale than the European movements, went through the post-war upsurge. But while the labor movement of Europe had many, many years of experience behind it in strike strategy and labor tactics, the Japanese labor movement was but a child in swaddling clothes in History of the Labor Movement in the US 1 book.

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