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Cronin, William J.

Sit-down, what's happened in the automobile industry since enactment of the National labor Relations Act... as told to Congress. This is a report on conditions in the motor plants presented, with recommendations, to a United States Senate committee considering amendment of the Wagner Act. Presentation made June 27, 1939, before the Senate Committee on Education and Labor by William J. Cronin, Manufacturers Committtee, Automobile Manufacturers Associations, which organization includes all the major manufacturers of motor vehicles with the exception of the Ford Motor Company

Automobile Manufacurers Association, Detroit. 1939, 32p., mildly worn wraps with small silverfish hole at bottom of front cover, illus., 8.5 x 11 inches, photo illustrated, library duplicate stamps on front wrap.

Cat.No: 41890

Price: $30.00

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