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Labor Relations: Past and Present
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5 pages in length. In this paper we will introduce two well known labor leaders, one of the past, Philip Murray, and one more recent, John Sweeney. This paper will thoroughly discuss each man and his contributions to labor, as well as comparing and contrasting their styles, taking into account the different time frames being considered. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: JGAlrper.doc

Labor Strikes
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An 12 page paper that emphasizes the air traffic controllers strike in 1981. The paper begins with a brief history of strikes in the United States, beginning with the artisans walk-outs in Colonial America and discussing some strikes in the following centuries. The writer explains many strikes have been violent and provides examples. The air traffic controllers strike is discussed. The essay incorporates strategies used by management and labor, their disparate goals, and a brief discussion of collective bargaining. The differences between public, government, and private collective bargaining are identified. The essay concludes with a discussion of who won in the air traffic controllers' strike. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PGstrke.rtf

Labor Strikes' Effectiveness
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A 6 page paper discussing the damage that labor strikes can do to the object of the strike. There have been other famous strikes, most as evenly divided in results as these two century-apart strikes discussed here (UPS and Carnegie Steel). Minneapolis' Bloody Friday on July 20, 1934 resulted in a better Teamster contract at company expense, but also resulted in the death of two strikers. The rail strike in Buffalo in 1877 also was violent, but had the distinction of having the support of the middle class. It can be argued that conditions a century ago necessitated drastic measures. Those strikes of today in venues such as UPS and airline companies reflect more greed than anything else, hurting the company and ultimately diminishing the gains by workers that otherwise would be possible. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Labor Unions In America
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6 pages in length. The reason why labor unions failed to greatly improve the lives and working conditions of American workers between 1860 and 1930 can be traced back to the Noble Knights of Labor who, while espousing the overwhelming need for worker representation, failed to maintain a dignified and antiviolent approach to fair labor. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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