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When sitdown strikes in five General Motors automobile and parts plants resulted in a practical paralysis of production operations and forced direct negotiations between national officers of both the corporation and the union, few of the workers involved realized that they were participating in the first important battle of a civil war which will largely determine the industrial progress of America during the next decade.  >>more...>>

Title:     Profile of General Motors
Author:    Romer, Samuel
Publication:     The Nation
Date:     January 23, 1937

Publisher:     The Nation
Type:     Article

Listed Under:
Automobile Industry
Permissions:     Permission granted for non-commercial, educational purposes by The Nation

Notes:     Vol. 144, No. 4, P. 96