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Series I: Reports to United States Commission on Industrial Relations, 1914-1915 [series]:
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Congressional action on trade union law.
June, 1910

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Criticisms of the manner in which the courts allow injunctions to be used in labor disputes
February, 1915.

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Injunctions and acts of violence in labor disputes.
Oct, 1914.

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Injunctions and the courts.
January, 1915.

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Injunctions and the outcome of strikes.
January, 1915.

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Injunctions and. trade union boycotts.
January, 1915.

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Injunctions in labor disputes.
March, 1915.

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Memoranda on trade union law.
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Preliminary reports to the commission.
September, 1914.

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Prevention of blacklisting.
December, 1914.

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Statutes and decisions relating to blacklisting.
December, 1914.

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The actual practise in injunction cases arising in connection with labor disputes.
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The anti- trust laws end organized labor.
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Trade union law in Great Britain.
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Was the Sherman Anti-Trust Act intended by its framers to apply to organized labor.
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Miscellaneous Material.
 
Series II: Articles, Reports, and Addresses, 1922-1959 [series]:
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1922
Results of injunctions in labor disputes. (December, 1922.)

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1923
Results of injunctions in labor disputes. (February, 1923.)

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1924
Value of injunctions in labor disputes. (June. 1924.)

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1926
Early American labor cases. (May. 1926.)

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1927
Increased Compensation In Cases Involving Violations of Law. (January, 1927.); The Journeymen Stonecutters and Other Recent Decisions Against Organized Labor (1927)

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1928
The labor injunction - the red flag. (September, 1928.)

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1930
Labor's resort to injunctions. (January, 1930.); Social consequences of injunctions on labor disputes. (March. 1930.)

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1932
Law enforcement and strikes. (February, 1932.); The probable settlement of the labor injunction question, (July. 1932.)

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1935
Features of the economic security program (March. 1935.); The government and unemployment. (March. 1935.); Old age security. (July. 1935.); The relation of relief to social security. (November, 1935.); Social insurance in Europe during the depression. (December, 1935.)

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1936
Social security legislation. (February, 1936.); Comment on the campaign dodger distributed by the Republican State Committee entitled "A direct tax on wages." (November 2, 1936.); The economic basis of unemployment compensation. Notes on the development of foreign old age insurance laws. (1936)

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1937
Government and business: Recent and impending changes in their relationships. (July 6. 1937.); Financing social security: Reserves versus current taxation. Social security as a major purpose of government. The preparation of proposed legislative measures by administrative departments. (1937)

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1938
Technical services for state legislators. (January, 1938.); Thoughts relating to the old-age insurance titles of the social security act and proposed changes therein. (February, 1938.); American's next steps on social security. More security for old age (March, 1938.)

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1939
Social security - 1940 model. (September, 1939.); Labor reactions as a community problem. (October 4, 1939.); Increase of unemployment insurance benefits. (December 27, 1939.); Extension of coverage - the vitally necessary next step in old age insurance. (December 27, 1939.); Health security progress. (December 29, 1939.)

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1940
Health security progress. Health security: Needs, progress, and prospects. (March, 1940.); The economic side of the American way of life. (July 9, 1940.); Free enterprise in a collectivist world. (July 8, 1940.); Labor policies in relation to national defence. (July 23. 1940.); Whither unemployment compensation. (September, 1940.); Next step in Social Security. (September 28, 1940.)

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1941
How the government seeks to prevent monopoly. (January 9, 1941.); The American concept of government. (April 11, 1941.); Remarks on the present day role of administrative agencies in the initiation of legislation. (December 30, 1941.); Proposals for changes in the present provisions for old age security. (1941)

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1942
Current problems in financing public services. (April 3, 1942.); Administrative agencies and statute lawmaking. (Spring, 1942.); Strikes in wartime: Experience with controls. (November, 1942.); A Critique of Mr. Arnold's Proposed Antilabor Amendments to the Antitrust Laws. (March, 1942.)

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1943
American post-war Social Security proposal. (December, 1943.); What The War Is Doing To Us. (January, 1943.)

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1944
Educating college students for intelligent behavior on the labor-industry problems of the war and post-war world. (March 24. 1944.); labor problems in military government. Wartime machinery for the adjustment of labor disputes. (June, 1944.); What to expect of Social Security. (1944)

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1945
Annual wages, guaranteed (September 19, 1945.)

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1946
Do we need new labor relations legislations. (March 4, 1946.); Steadying the worker's income. (Spring, 1946.); Data on the operation of the Sherman Anti- Trust Act. (September 5, 1946.); The future of state labor legislation. (October 1, 1946.); Industrial labor relations. (November 8, 1946.); Development of unemployment compensation. (December, 1946.); The current labor relations situation. (December 1, 1946.); Industry-wide bargaining. (December 20, 1946.)

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1947
Prospects for industrial peace. (February 7, 1947.); Comments on the proposals to include labor unions within the scope of the Anti-Trust Laws. (March 7, 1947.); Observations on proposed legislation to outlaw the closed shop. (March 7, 1947.); The closed shop and industry-wide bargaining. (May 22, 1947.); Labor-management problems in 1947. (March, 1947.); The university and labor education. Labor management relations under the Taft- Hartley Act. (Autumn, 1947.); Wartime prevention and adjustment of labor disputes. (Winter, 1947.); Industrial Relations and the Taft-Hartley Act. (April 30, 1947.)

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1948
Some aspects of the Taft-Hartley Act. (February 5, 1948.); The social objectives of worker's education today. (May 4, 1948.); Opportunities for the professionally trained. (October 8, 1948.); Where we are in industrial relations. (December 30, 1948.); Recent Labor Legislation of Interest to Labor. (July 9, 1948.); History of Labor Arbitration. (January, 1948.); The Future of Labor Arbitration. (January, 1948.)

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1949
The importance of the international labor organization to the states. (November 7, 1949.); Labor and Social Legislation. (1949); The Taft-Hartley Act in Operation: A Brief Appraisal (1949)

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1950
Role of union in contemporary society. (February 2, 1950.); Employee security. (March 28, 1950.); Mediation, conciliation, and arbitration. (March. 1950.); How much improvement in social security. (August, 1950.); Prevention and settlement of labor disputes In the event of all-out war. (August, 1950.); Problems of aging. (August 13, 1950.); Social security and the small businessman. (August 28, 1950.); The teaching of collective bargaining: (September 7, 1950.); John R. Commons as a teacher, economist, and public servant. (October 10, 1950.); The Taft-Hartley Act after three years. (1950)

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1951
Remarks concerning "State Court Injunctions" published by the sub-committee on Labor-Management Relations of the committee on Labor and Public Welfare of the United States Senate. (1951); Differing concepts of economic planning. (February, 1951.); Wartime and long-range issues in collective bargaining for pensions. (February 16, 1951.); Collective bargaining and the Democratic process. (March, 1951.); The present governmental labor- relations policy. (April 13, 1951.); Social security needs and opportunities. (June, 1951.); Government and business in the United States: The American Way of Life. (July 10, 1951.); Wage stabilization in World War II - and now. (November 27, 1951.); American objectives in war. (1951); Five lectures on social security. (The nature purposes and history of social security; Social assistance and social services; Old age and survivors' insurance Other forms of social insurance; The future of social security. 1951); Organized Labor Confronting Wages, Prices, and Accelerated Rearmament (March 22, 1951.)

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1952
Needs for economic security in old age. (February, 1952.); Labor in the Garrison State. (February 15, 1952.); The role of government in industrial relations. (March 13, 1952.); American experience with wage stabilization. (May, 1952.); Five years of the Taft-Hartley Act. (May, 1952.); Industrial conflict in periods of national emergencies. (June, 1952.); Relationship between schools and other government agencies. (September 25, 1952.)

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1953
The evolution of managerial ideas in industrial relations. (); The government's role in labor relations. March 16) What's ahead in labor-management relations. (March 17, 1953.); Past and Present in Industrial Relations (October 1, 1953.)

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1954
Objectives in social security. (March, 1954.); What the anti-trust laws do and do not provide. (October, 1954.); Government aids, subsidies, and loans to private business. (October, 1954.); Old age security - The National Picture. (October 2, 1954.); The development of labor legislation and its effect upon the welfare of the American work- * man. (October 31, 1954.); Extent of government ownership and competition in the United States. (November, 1954.); Honesty and efficiency in the administration of welfare, and retirement funds. (November 12, 1954.); A Balanced Program in Employment Security (October 8, 1954.); Trends Likely to Affect Labor Arbitrations. (January 22, 1954.)

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1955
Recent developments and issues in industrial relations and the governments role there in. (February, 1955.); The overall effect of governmental fiscal operation on business. (March. 1955.); Some unsolved problems in the economics of welfare. (July 28, 1955.); The merger and labor in politics. (December, 1955.); Facts on aging. (December 12, 1955.); The relation of labor standards in the United States. (1955); Manpower aspects of an aging population. (1955); The Impending Merger of the AFL and CIO (April 29, 1955; revised May 6, 1955); The Guaranteed Annual Wage. (March 26, 1955.); The Changing Role of Labor, Management, and Government in the Quest for Security (1955)

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1956
Governmental and industrial research. (February, 1956.); Social welfare legislation of the nineteen thirties. (February, 16. 1956.); Government finance statistics. (April . 1956.); Security and economic change. (April 16, 1956.); Factors affecting the economic development of the United States. (May 3, 1956.); Some data on the over-all need for social security. (August, 1956.); Recent information on the old age security programs of the United States. (August, 1956.); The growth of the protective functions of government. (September, 1956.); Post-war social security in Great Britain. (October, 1956.); Some major changes in the economy and in the economic ideas in the United States. (November, 1956.); The changing and enduring American government. (December, 1956.); Relations between government and business in countries other than the United States in recent years. (December, 1956.)

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1957
The future of social security. (January 25, 1957.); The responsibilities of labor and management (May 14, 1957.); The professor and the governments. (May 17, 1957); Historical background of employment security. (October 22, 1957.)

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1958
The current labor situation as seen by a man in between. (February 14, 1958.); The growing role of employment security. (June, 1958.)

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1959
Conference on Education for public responsibility. (November 17-20, 1959.); Labor education and the changing labor movement. (November 21, 1959.)

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Undated
Undated: Public and quasi-public corporations as instrumentalities for carrying on business enterprises. (1946-1947?); Statements on the American way of life and its future. (1955-1956?)

 
Series III: Book Reviews, 1927-1960 [series]:
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1927-1947
Factory legislation and its administration, 1891-1924. by H.A. Mess (1927); Industrial progress and regulatory legislation in New York. by the National Industrial Conference Board (1928); The labor injunction. by Felix Frankfurter and Nathan Greene (1930); Labor and the Sherman Act. by Edward Berman. 2 separate reviews. (1931); The United States employment service, by Ruth M. Kellog (1933); Shorter hours: A study of the movement since the Civil War. by Marian Cotter Cahill (1934); Administrative labor legislation: A study of American experience in the delegation of legislative power. by John B. Andrews (1936); Insecurity: A challenge to America: A study of social insurance in the United States and abroad. by Abraham Epstein (1936); The commonwealth of industry: The separation of industry and the state. by Benjamin A. Javits (1937); Labor problems and labor law. by A. G. Taylor (1939); Old age security: Social and financial trends. By Margaret Grant (1940); Public policy: A yearbook of the graduate school of public administration, Harvard University. Ed. by C. J. Friedrich and Edward S. Mason (1940); Government and economic life: Development and current issues of American public policy. By L. S. Lyon, M. W. Watkins, V. A. Abramson, and associates (1940); Rival unionism in the United States. By Walter Galenson (1940); The federal role in unemployment compensation administration. By Raymond C. Atkinson (1941); British unemployment programs, 1920 - 1938. By Eveline M. Burns (1941); Economics of social security. By Seymour E. Harris (1942); Old age pensions: An historical and critical study. By Sir Arnold Wilson and G. S. MacKay (1942); Old age in Sweden: A program of social security. By Helen Fisher Hohman (1942); The judicial function in federal administrative agencies. By J. P. Chamberlain, N. T. Dowling, P. R. Hays (1943); How to tell progress from reaction: Roads to industrial democracy. By Manya Gordin (1944); Earnings and social security in the United States: A report prepared for the committee on social security. By W. S. Woytinsky (1945); Wage determination under trade unions. By John T. Dunlop (1945); Relief and social security. By Lewis Meriam (1946); Collective bargaining - How to make it more effective. By the C. E. D. Committee on Collective Bargaining (1947); The challenge of industrial relations By Sumner H. Slichter (1947); Industrial peace and the Wagner Act. By Theodore Iserman (1947); A national labor policy. By Harold W. Metz and Meyer Jacobson (1947)

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1948-1960
Labor unions in action, a study of the mainsprings of unionism. By Jack Barbash (1948); The issue of compulsory health insurance. By George W, Bachman and Lewis Meriam (1949); Collective bargaining in the steel industry. By Robert Tilove (1949); The San Francisco employers' council. By George D. Bahrs (1949); The Taft-Hartley Act and multi-employer bargaining. By Jesse Freidin (1949); Social implications of industry-wide bargaining. . By Otto Pollak (1949); Reports of joint committee on labor management relations. By the Congress of the United States. (1949); The American social security system. By Eveline M. Burns (1950); The right to organize and its limits. By Kurt Braun (1950); The hew society: The anatomy of the industrial order. By Peter F. Drucker (1951); Government and collective bargaining. By Fred Witney (1951); Defense without inflation. By Albert G. Hart (1951); Life of an American workman. By Walter P. Chrysler (1952); Interpreting the labor movement. Ed. by G.W. Brooks, M. Berber, D.A.McCabe, and P. Taft (1953); Social security financing. By Ida C. Merriam (1953); Employment and wages in the United States. By W. S. Woytinsky and Associates (1953); Review and reflections: A half century of labor relations. By Cyrus S. Ching (1954); labor disputes and their settlement. By Kurt Braun (1955); Economic needs of older people. By the committee on economic needs of older people. (1956); Social security and public policy. By Eveline M. Burns (1957); Contemporary collective bargaining in seven countries. By Adolph Sturmthal, ed. (1957); The economic status of the aged. By Peter O. Steiner and Robert Dorfman (1957); The A.F. of L. in the time of Gompers. By Philip Taft. (1957); Retirement policies under social security. By Wilber J. Cohen (1958); The maritime story: A study in labor-management relations. By Joseph P. Goldberg (1958); Labor union and public policy. By E. H. Chamberlain, P. D. Bradley, G. D. Reilly, and Roscoe Pound. (1960)