Hill, Herbert. Black Labor and The American Legal System: Race, Work, and the Law. xiv, 455 pp. Ex-library with stamps and location label on spine. Cloth, worn with gilt lettering. Internally clean. Volume I only.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. This is an interpretative history of American law on employment discrimination, and of the response of employers and organized labor to the legal prohibitions against discrimination; this volume examines the major legislative and legal developments during the period from the abolition of slavery through the events that preceded and affected the adoption of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; it analyzes the historical consequences of the racial practices of employers and organized labor as well as the federal government and traces the evolution of federal labor policy through the decisions of the National Labor Relations Board and the courts as they have interpreted the application of labor law to racial discrimination (red cloth with gold lettering, dark blue end papers with gold design; yellow dust jacket with blue and red lettering is rubbed and sunned along spine and edges; otherwise a bright, clean, tight copy)
Good in Good in Mylar jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. Signed and Inscribed by Author Clean text, pages tightly bound. Boards and jacket have some wear. X-library with usual stamps, labels, jackets, fly page cut, etc.
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