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The Employee: A Political History
The legal act of defining the ?employee? is about drawing lines. Those boundaries are often artificial, legally structured, and forged in an array of contests over power, ideology, and economics.Expand
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Rethinking the New Deal
About : Ira Katznelson, Fear Itself : The New Deal and the Origins of Our Time, Norton, 2013.
CHAPTER 7. The Wages of Textualism
CHAPTER 3. The Sociology of Harmony
Christopher Tomlins' The State and the Unions today: what the critical synthesis can teach us now that the unions have gone
The thrust of this article is to review the evolution of the historiography of American labor law since the publication of Christopher Tomlins' widely celebrated The State and the Unions (1985). MoreExpand
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