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Due process of arbitration

The author is not referring to legal due process but, rather, “due process” as the exercise of authority with a “due” regard to the balancing of the two kinds of…

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The presidential address: The adversary system in arbitration

A review of the limitations of adherence to a strictly adversarial format in labor management arbitration and the preeminent role of the arbitrator in setting and ensuring standards of fairness…

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A discussion of some of the elements that place strains on collective bargaining and the developments necessary to the preservation of free collective bargaining. The author discusses new, creative and…

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Arbitration is a verb

In his third address to the Academy, Wirtz summarizes the problems of the railroad industry, illustrating why private institutions must take public interests into account. The advent of new conflict…

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Reminiscences by Willard Wirtz, former United States Secretary of Labor.

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