Herbert Kellar Papers, 1887-1955

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Subseries: Articles
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Bibliography
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Book Reviews
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“Jurisdictional Disputes of the United Brotherhood of the Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and Joiners,” 1913
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“Phases of English Common Law Development,” 1914
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“Knights of Labor - Dual Unionism,” circa 1914
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“Shop Safety, Sanitation, and Health Organization,” 1918, April
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“How the Steel Strike Was Organized,” 1919, Nov. 8
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“An Instrumental View of Labor Education,” 1921, June
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“Out of the Beaten Path: The Denver Convention of the American Federation of Labor,” 1921, July 16
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“Origin and Development of the American Federation of Labor,” 1921
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“The Packers Break the Peace,” 1922, Jan.
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“The Line-Up at Cincinnati,” 1922, Sept.
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“Unionizing the Brainworker,” 1922, Dec.
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“Political Aspects of the American Federation of Labor,” 1922
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“Progressive Boring From Within,” 1922
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“What Lies Back of Foster,” 1923, Jan. 17
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“In the Wake of the Big Strike,” 1923, Jan.
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“After-War American Federation of Labor Politics,” 1923, March
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“Some Factors Underlying Workers Education,” 1923, April 23
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“Labor Banks and Trade Union Capitalism,” 1923, Sept.-Oct.
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“American Federation of Labor - Panaceas, Political Action and Unionism,” 1923, Oct.
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“The American Federation of Labor: A Reading List,” 1923
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“Circuit Riding Among the Miners,” 1923
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“Labor Banks: A Phase of Genuine Trade Union Activity,” 1924, Feb.
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“Labor Leadership: A Blind Alley Job,” 1924, Aug.
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“Realism in Labor Strategy,” 1924, Sept.
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“Samuel Gompers and Wage Conscious Unionism,” 1925, Jan.
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“The Labor Chatauqua and Mass Education,” 1925, May 4
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“Data on Negroes in Trade Unions,” 1925, Aug.
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“The Immigrant in the Labor Movement,” 1926, April
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“Conciliation and Arbitration,” 1926-1928
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“Legal Aspect of Trade Agreements,” 1926-1928
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“Public Employment Offices,” 1926-1928
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“Belgian Labor College Trains for Unionism,” 1927, Sept.
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“Trade Union Politics and Tactics,” 1928, April 5
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“Labor in 1927,” 1928, May
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“Social Changes in 1927,” 1928, Dec.
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“The Councils of Discipline in the French Postal Service,” 1928
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“Trade Union Policies and Tactics,” 1928
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“The Union Teachers of France,” 1929, Feb.
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“Labor in 1928,” 1929, May
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“The Future of Radicalism in the Labor Movement,” circa 1929
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“Populism, Socialism, and Labor,” 1929-1930
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“Function of Organized Labor,” 1920's
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“International Labor Union,” 1920's
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“Labor in 1929,” 1930, May
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“Cut the Racket,” 1930, Aug.
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“The Rise and Decline of the A.F. of L.,” 1930, Oct.
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“Labor in Politics,” 1930
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“Dual Unionism,” 1931, March
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“Social Classes,” 1931, May 25
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“Labor in 1930,” 1931, May
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“Left Opposition: the Labor and Socialist International,” 1931, Dec.
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“World Socialist Congress,” 1931
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“Producers' Cooperation,” after 1931
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“Methods of Economic Research,” 1932, Feb.
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“Role of the Intellectual in the U.S.,” 1932, April
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“Labor in 1931,” 1932, May
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“Mass Labor Party,” April-1932, June
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“The Radical Vote,” 1932, Nov.-Dec.
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“Schlessinger, Benjamin,” 1932, Dec. 27
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“Sigman, Morris,” 1932, Dec. 27
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“Labor in Politics,” 1932
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“Labor and Revolution,” 1932
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“Social Forces Underlying Fascism,” 1933, March
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“The Catholic Church and the Labor Movement,” 1933, May
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“Labor in 1932,” 1933, May
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“The Middle Class Stages a Comeback,” 1933, Jan.-Oct.
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“Towards a United Front,” 1933, Nov. 22
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“Labor and Independent Politics,” 1933, Dec.
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“The Future of Radicalism in America,” 1933
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“Industrial Unionism Knocks Twice,” 1933
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“Labor in Politics,” 1933
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“The New Labor Progressives,” 1934, Jan. 24
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“The Effect of the NRA on American Union Organizations,” 1934
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“Government Intervention in Industrial Relations,” 1934
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“Independent Labor Political Action is An Essential,” 1934
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“Industrial Unionism,” 1934
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“Industrial Unionism in the Crucible,” 1934
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“Industrial Unionism,” 1935, Feb.
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“The American Labor Movement Since the War,” 1935, Feb.
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“The Role of Government in Labor Relations,” 1935, Mar. 4
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“European Labor and Peace,” 1935, June
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“Housing in Company Towns,” 1935
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“Will American Labor Turn Radical?,” 1936, Mar.
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“0rganizational and Procedural Changes in Employee Representation Plans,” 1936, Dec.
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“The Role of the Middle Class in Social Developments: Fascism, Populism, Socialism, Communism,” 1936
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“Pacific Coast Labor Movement,” 1938, July
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“The A.F. of L. and the C.I.O.: Principles, Policies, and Tactics,” 1938, Aug. 2
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“The Mind of Immigrant Communities,” 1938, Oct. 6
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“Rapid Increase in Contracts,” 1939, June 12
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“Social History of the Corporation in the U.S.” and a Discussion of Thomas C. Cochran's Paper, 1939, Dec. 28
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“The Theory and Practice of Collective Bargaining,” 1940
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“Labor's Stake in Our Defense of Freedom,” 1941, June 28
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“History of the American Trade Union Movement,” 1942
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“Present Economic Situation and Reconversion,” 1944, Feb.-July
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Reports, Military Government of Germany, 1945, July-1946, Mar.
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Reports, Military Government of Germany, 1946, April-May
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“Social Outlook of the American Worker,” after 1950
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“European Housing Crisis,” 1952
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“Need for Stable Government in the Six Schuman Plan Countries,” 1952
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“Postwar Ideological Development in the International Labor Movement,” 1954, Jan.
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“The Communist Menace,” 1954, June
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“Effect of Certain Union Practices, Labor Management Policies, and Mores on Labor Mobility,” 1954, July 7
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“Myth of Voluntarism in the American Labor Movement,” 1954, June-July
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“The Split Between Asian and Western Socialism,” 1954, July
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“Soviet Outlook of the American Worker,” 1954, July-Sept.
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“Status of the American Worker,” 1954, Aug. 11
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“Voluntarism in the American Labor Movement,” 1954, Sept.
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“Communist Tactics in the Trade Unions,” 1954, Oct. 1
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“Recent Labor Political Action in Western Europe,” 1954, Oct.
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“Boring From Within and Dual Unionism - Changing Versions,” 1954, Nov. 30
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“Some Outstanding Features of the Jewish Labor Movement in the American Scene,” 1954
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“Communist Strategy and Tactics,” 1955, April
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“La renaissance du movement syndical americain,” 1955, Dec. 28
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“Labor Unions,” 1955, Dec. 30
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“The Role of the Union in the Shop in Germany,” after 1955
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“Communist Activities in CIO and AFL,” 1956, Jan. 26
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“Rebirth of the American Labor Movement,” 1956
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“Fifth Amendment Cases,” 1957, July
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“Communist Undercover Policies,” 1957, Nov. 20
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“Labor Racketeering: Evolution and Solutions,” 1958, Fall
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“American Labor's New Thinking,” 1958, Nov. 14 and 28
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“Communism - An International Conspiracy,” 1959
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“Postwar Development in International Labor,” 1960, Spring
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“Coexistence - Communist Style,” 1960, March
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“The Wisconsin Heritage and the Study of Labor - The Works and Deeds of John R. Commons,” 1960
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“Ideological Conflicts in the International Labor Movement,” 1962, March
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“Labor Ideology Impact on Industrial Relations,” 1962, Oct.
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“Ideological Developments in the International Labor Movement,” 1964
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“John F. Kraft, Inc.,” 1967, April
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“Union Membership Loyalty,” 1967, Oct.
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“Collective Bargaining to Finality,” 1967
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“Populist Impact on Social-Science Academicians,” 1967
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Miscellaneous outlines, undated