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The author maintains that it is essential for the private sector to hire the disadvantaged or hard core unemployed worker; that changes can be made at the plant level to transform them into productive workers; and that, in doing so, the problem of employee racial relationships must be managed.

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The “black revolution” places new pressures on collective bargaining, trade unionism, and industrial relations, and will affect the established norms of contract administration. The author predicts problems in the negotiation of agreements because of splits in the bargaining unit caused by challenges of interpersonal relations and the entry of a new community of persons into …

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