Industrial Labor in the Republic of Senegal, Guy Pfeffermann and Thomas Balogh ; The Labor Sector and Socialist Distribution in Cuba, Carmelo Mesa-Lago Reviewed by Walter Galenson
Workers, Employers and Governments: A Comparative Study of Delegations and Groups at the International Labour Conference, 1919-1964, Torsten Landelius Reviewed by Walter Galenson
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