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The Academy and public opinion

This presidential address urges the Academy to become more involved in molding public opinion and therefore public policy regarding the settlement of labor-management disputes. Warns of the danger that uninformed legislatures will create compulsory arbitration.

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Testimonial to William H. Davis

Humor and stories in honor of the Chairman of the War Labor Board’s 80th birthday.

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Halting the trend toward technicalities in arbitrations

The author urges arbitrators “to preserve an informal and non-technical tone” in their hearings. He identifies areas where technicalities might lurk, including “the submission, time limitations, efforts at discovery procedures, the ?rules of evidence’, citations of past precedents, and the use of the record.” Mr. Dash agrees, and points out technicalities that may facilitate the …

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