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Clark Kerr discusses his career, including his service on the War Labor Board during World War II, creation of the Industrial Relations Institute of the University of California, service as an interest arbitrator for the Postal Service, with the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education, and President Kennedy’s Wage Stabilization Commission.

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A largely statistical analysis of trends and structural changes in the teaching profession.

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After a century (1860-1960) of industrial conflict in the United States, the author foresees the possibility of a century of industrial peace, bought at the price of an annual rise in “real” wages of 2.5 per cent. As to “more conflict” to accompany “more peace,” the author points to attacks upon and opposition to management …

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A prediction that the future will bring a move from the bilateral structure of labor relations to a trilateral structure: one that recognizes the importance of the interest of the public, as represented by the state.

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