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Not always a safe guide for practical action

“Organized labor always has had help volunteered by sympathetic persons from outside its own ranks. Since the war that help often has been offered by “intellectuals” who accepted completely one or another of the theories of economics and of revolutionary … Continue reading

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Unionizing the Brain Worker

David J. Saposs, “Unionizing the Brain Worker: Actors, Writers, and Librarians Line Up!” Labor Age, December 1922, pp. 1-2. To call any group of workers “brain workers” does not really mean very much. Everyone who works uses hands and brain. … Continue reading

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