The Employee examines how American businesses dominated and influenced labor law as they pushed for an ever-narrower definition of "employee" and maneuvered to exclude workers from the right to organize.
2013 | 304 pages | Cloth $49.95 | Paper $24.95
American History / Business / Law
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Table of Contents
Introduction. "A Man Can't Serve Two Masters"
PART I. THE STRUGGLE FOR HARMONY
Chapter 1. The "Employé"
Chapter 2. Struggling Against Class
Chapter 3. The Sociology of Harmony
PART II. THE BATTLE FOR LOYALTY
Chapter 4. Is a Foreman a Worker?
Chapter 5. The Other Side of Industrial Pluralism
Chapter 6. Loyalty Ascendant
Chapter 7. The Wages of Textualism
Epilogue. Looking for Respect