Notes – Industrial Relations, Trade Unions, and Labour Legislation, 2nd Edition

Chapter 1

 

1. Webb, Sidney and Beatrice Webb (1950, new impression, first ed. 1894). The History of Trade Unionism. London: Longmans Green & Co., p.1

2. Dankert, Clyde E. (1948, revised ed. of 1917 book). Contemporary Unionism in the United States. New York: Prentice Hall, p. 1

3. Cole, G. D. H. (1955). An Introduction to Trade Unionism. London: George Allen & Unwin, p. 13

4. Cunnison, J. (1930). Labour Organisation. London: Pitman & Sons, p. 3

5. Dankert, Clyde E. (1948, revised ed. of 1917 book). Contemporary Unionism in the United States. New York: Prentice Hall, p. 3

6. Hoxie, Robert F. (1921). Trade Unionism in the United States. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, p.29

7. Millis, Harris A. and Royal E. Montgomery (1945). The Economics of Labor, Vol. III, Organised Labor. New York: McGraw Hill Book Company, Inc., p. 3

8. Tannenbaum, Frank (1951). A Philosophy of Labor. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, p. 29

9. Hoxie, Robert F. (1921). Trade Unionism in the United States. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, p. 58

10. Perlman, Selig (1928). A Theory of the Labor Movement. New York: Macmillan, pp. 6–7

11. Webb, Sidney and Beatrice Webb. The History of Trade Unionism, p. 1

12. Webb, Sidney and Beatrice Webb. The History of Trade Unionism, p. 22

13. Webb, Sidney and Beatrice Webb (1911, first published 1897). Industrial Democracy. London: Longman Green & Co., p. 823

14. Webb, Sidney and Beatrice Webb (1911, first published 1897). Industrial Democracy. London: Longman Green & Co., p. 807

15. John T. Dunlop, ‘The Development of Labor Organization: A Theoretical Framework’ in Lester, Richard A. and Joseph Shister (eds.) (1948). Insights into Labor Issues. New York: The Macmillan Company, p. 168

16. Marx, Karl (1847). The Poverty of Philosophy as cited in A. Lozovsky (1944 reprint, first published by Martin Lawrence (1935) London). Marx and the Trade Unions. Calcutta: Radical Book Publishers, p. 24

17. Resolution of the Geneva Conference of the International Workingmen’s Association held in 1866 as cited in Lozovsky, p. 14

18. Resolution of the London Conference of the International Workingmen’s Association, Sept. 17–23, 1871 as cited in Lozovsky, p. 14

19. Perlman, Selig (1949). A Theory of Labour Movement. New York: Augustus M. Kelly, p. 241

20. Perlman, Selig (1949). A Theory of Labour Movement. New York: Augustus M. Kelly, p. 241

21. Hoxie, Robert F. (1921). Trade Unionism in the United States. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, p. 58

22. Hoxie, Robert F. (1921). Trade Unionism in the United States. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, p. 134

23. Hoxie, Robert F. (1921). Trade Unionism in the United States. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, p. 135

24. Tannenbaum, Frank (1951). A Philosophy of Labor. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, p. 60

25. Tannenbaum, Frank (1951). A Philosophy of Labor. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, pp. 10–11

26. Tannenbaum, Frank (1951). A Philosophy of Labor. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, p. 59

27. Tannenbaum, Frank (1951). A Philosophy of Labor. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, p. 60

28. Tannenbaum, Frank (1951). A Philosophy of Labor. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, p. 14

29. Tannenbaum, Frank (1951). A Philosophy of Labor. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, p. 11

30. Harijan, 22 June 1935, as cited in T. Sahaparthy, ‘Gandhian Approach to Labour Problems’, Indian Journal of Labour Economics, January 1963, p. 440

31. Soman, R.J. (1957). Peaceful Industrial Relations: Their Science and Technique. Ahmedabad: Nav Jeevan Trust, p. 79

32. Cited in Soman, R.J. (1957). Peaceful Industrial Relations: Their Science and Technique. Ahmedabad: Nav Jeevan Trust, p. 60

33. Quoted in Dhawan, G. (1960). The Political Philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi. New Delhi: The Gandhi Peace Foundation, p. 86

34. Commons, R. John, and Associates (1918). History of Labor in the United States, 1896–1932, Vol I. New York: Macmillan Co., p. 106

35. Cole, G. D. H. (1923). The World of Labour. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., p. 288

36. John T. Dunlop, ‘The Development of Labor Organization: A Theoretical Framework’ in Lester, Richard A. and Joseph Shister (eds.) (1948). Insights into Labor Issues. New York: The Macmillan Company, pp.179–93

37. Huberman, Leo (1969 reprint). Man’s Worldly Goods (first published in Britain in 1937 by Victor Gollanez Ltd., London; first Indian edition 1946: reprinted 1948, 1953 and 1969). Delhi: People’s Publishing House, p. 199

38. Huberman, Leo (1969 reprint). Man’s Worldly Goods (first published in Britain in 1937 by Victor Gollanez Ltd., London; first Indian edition 1946: reprinted 1948, 1953 and 1969). Delhi: People’s Publishing House, p. 200

39. Millis, Harris A. and Royal E. Montgomery (1945). The Economics of Labor, Vol. III, Organized Labor. New York: McGraw Hill Book Company, Inc., p. 503

40. Millis, Harris A. and Royal E. Montgomery (1945). The Economics of Labor, Vol. III, Organized Labor. New York: McGraw Hill Book Company, Inc., p. 490

41. As cited in George Seldes (1960). The Great Quotations. New York: Caesar Stuart, p. 941

42. Perlman, Selig (1928). A Theory of Labor Movement, pp. 237–79

43. Perlman, Selig (1928). A Theory of Labor Movement, pp. 280–303

44. Merritt, Walter Gordon (1954). Destination Unknown. London: The Evimi Club p. 366

45. Taylor, George W. (1948). Government Regulation of Industrial Relations. New York: Prentice Hall, p. 20

46. John T. Dunlop, ‘The Development of Labor Organization: A Theoretical Framework’ in Lester, Richard A. and Joseph Shister (eds.) (1948). Insights into Labor Issues. New York: The Macmillan Company, p. 184