Labor and Automobiles by Robert W. Dunn. Labor and Industry Series Vol. 1. International Publishers, New York. 1929.
Contents: Preface to Labor and Industry Series, Author’s Preface, Growth and Importance of the Industry, Profits, Bankers Mergers and Prospects, The Auto Workers, Man Machine and Speed, Hours of Work, Jobs, Wages, Health and Safety, Fooling the Workers, The Employers’ Offensive, Efforts to Unite the Workers, Some Recent Strikes, A Program of Action, Appendices, Bibliography. Illustrated with photographs, charts, and facsimiles. 220 pages.
The Labor Research Association was established in 1927 by CP publisher Alexander Trachtenberg “to conduct research into economic, social, and political problems in the interest of the American labor movement and to publish its findings in articles, pamphlets and books.” Rand School of Social Science veterans Scott Nearing, Solon De Leon, and Robert W Dunn along with Communist writers and labor researchers Grace Hutchins and Anna Rochester were its leading early members. Known for its Labor Fact Book almanac, published by International Publishers from 1933, the LRA has produced a number of invaluable texts for researchers and activists of the US labor movement.
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