Good. No Dust Jacket. An ex-library copy in decorated gray cloth of this reprint edition. The usual ex-libris markings, clean within. The binding is sound and there is little cover wear. No dust jacket, apparently as issued.
Very Good with no dust jacket. 0405029454. Library stamps/marks/labels/gluestain on rear free endpaper, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover.; Reprinted from Industrial relations. Final report and testimony submitted to Congress by the Commission on Industrial Relations, created by the act of August 23, 1912. Vol. 1, 64th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Document no. 415. [Frank P. Walsh, chairman], pages 763-1024. "At the time that the scientific management controversy was raging, the Commission on Industrial Relations conducted hearings on the subject in Washington DC from April 13 to April 16, 1914. This volume is the record of those hearings during which the Commission heard and questioned nine of the foremost scientific engineers, including [Frederick Winslow] Taylor, and [Louis D] Brandeis and six labor spokesmen."-Introduction.; American Labor: From Conspiracy to Collective Bargaining; Ex-Library; 763-1024 pages.
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