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Workers and the State in Twentieth Century Nova Scotia

Document type Book
Editor Earle, Michael J.
Editor Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Canada Studies
Publisher Published for the Gorsebrook Research Institute of Atlantic Canada Studies by Acadiensis Press; Fredericton, N.B.
Date 1989
ISBN 0-919107-21-4
Pages 265

Abstract

The origins of the modern system of industrial relations in Canada as seen in the key struggles and compromises with the power of employers and governments in the province of Nova Scotia. Focusing on changes in coal-mining, fishing and the public sector, this collection offers a challenging case study in Canadian labour history. --Publisher's description

Notes

Spine title: Workers and the state