|Politicially, we are used to our Federal-State set-up with Washington the capital of a constellation of sovereign states. So, too, it is with labor; but for the most part the public tends to lump unionism together for better or worse. Yet here is decentralization under American democracy in the economic field, with national and local unions, and a new sort of Mason and Dixon line--the cleavage between AFL and CIO. >>more...>>
Title: The State of the Unions
Author: Seidman, Joel
Publication: Survey Graphic
Date: November, 1941
Publisher: Survey Associates, Inc.
- Labor Unions
Notes: Vol. 30, No. 11, p. 577.