Railway Strikes and Lockouts: A Study of Arbitration and Conciliation Laws of the Principal Countries of the World Providing Machinery for the Peaceable Adjustment of Disputes Between Railroads and Their Employees, and Laws of Certain Countries for the Prevention of Strikes
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1916 - 367 pages
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