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January 1982, Vol. 105, No. 1
Organized labor in 1981:
a shifting of priorities
Co-editor, Current Wage Developments, a monthly publication, Bureau of Labor Statistics
The quickened pace of wage-and-benefit concessions and employment declines in major industries left organized labor with little to celebrate in its 100th year; these factors made labor and management more aware of the cooperation needed to resolve mutual problems.
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