2 edition of 116-day strike of the American steelworkers found in the catalog.
116-day strike of the American steelworkers
|Other titles||The 116-day strike of the American steelworkers: an analysis by the secretariat of the Trades Union International of Metal and Engineering Industries (Trade Department of the W.F.T.U.).|
|Statement||analysis by G. Adducci and J. Marillier ; preface by Marcel Bras.|
|Contributions||Marillier, J., Bras, Marcel., World Federation of Trade Unions. Trades Union International of Metal and Engineering Workers.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
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