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L 1.1/4:Accountability report /1997
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L 1.1/4:United States Department of Labor Accountability Reprot Fiscal Year 19971998
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L 1.1/4:United States Department of Labor Accountability Reprot Fiscal Year 19981999
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L 1.10:1919/Oct. Nov.League of Nations international labor conference, first annual meeting1920
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L 1.2: Au 8HEALTH AND SAFETY ASPECTS OF AUTOMATION AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE11971
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L 1.2: Au 8/3MANPOWER IMPLICATIONS OF AUTOMATION1965
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L 1.2: B 86/6BUILDING SKILLS FOR THE NEW ECONOMY, INNOVATIVE INITIATIVESDATE?
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L 1.2: G 78/980Understanding Grievance Arbitration in the Public Sector1980
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L 1.2: H 34/5A Look at Health Benefits and The Workforce1992
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L 1.2: H 41Joint Advisory Notice: Protection Against Occupational Exporsure to HBV and HIV1987
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L 1.2: H 62/2/778-978Important Events in American Labor History, 1778-19781980
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L 1.2: H 88/2Human Resource Policies and Practices in American Firms1989
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L 1.2: In 2/0Tracing a Transformation in Industrial Rlations1988
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L 1.2: In 8Seminar on Manpower Policy and Program1965
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L 1.2: In 8/3Investing in People1989
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L 1.2: J 57/5The Jobs Program1969
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L 1.2: J 66An Orientation to Joint Labor Management Initiatives1989
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L 1.2: L 11/28/978Election of Officers of Labor Organizations1978
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L 1.2: L 11/28/980Election of Officers of Labor Organizations1980
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L 1.2: L 11/32Labor Management Relations Research Priorities for the 1980'sJanuary, 1980
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L 1.2: L 11/34Selections from the Second National Labor-Management Conference1985
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L 1.2: L 11/35US Dept. of Labor: The First Seventy-Five Years1988
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L 1.2: L 11/36/988Labor Management Cooperation: 1988, State-of-the-Art-Symposium1988
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L 1.2: L 11/36/989Labor Management Cooperation: 1988, State-of-the-Art-Symposium1989
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L 1.2: L 41/4/988US Labor Law and the Future of Labor-Management Cooperation1988
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L 1.2: L 41/5/987US Labor Law and the Future of Labor-Management Cooperation1987
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L 1.2: L 41/5/987-2US Labor Law and the Future of Labor-Management Cooperation1987
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L 1.2: L 41/5/finalUS Labor Law and the Future of Labor-Management Cooperation1989
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L 1.2: L 45Preventing Layoffs1986
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L 1.2: l 45PREVENTING LAYOFFS: U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR…1986
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L 1.2: L 47Learning A Living: A Blueprint for High Performance1992
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L 1.2: M 3/8Keeping America Working: Forced with a Layoff?1999
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L 1.2: M 31/15Labor Looks at Automation and Civil Rights1965
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L 1.2: M 31/17Measurement of Technological Change1965
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L 1.2: M 31/21On the Line1966
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L 1.2: M 31/23Automation, Skill, and Manpower Predictions1966
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L 1.2: M 31/24The Church and the Antipower ProgramFebruary, 1966
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L 1.2: M 31/27Automation in the Perspective of Long-Term Technological ChangeDecember, 1966
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L 1.2: M 31/27SEMINAR ON MANPOWER POLICY AND PROGRAM1966
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L 1.2: M 31/28Investment in Poor PeopleFebruary, 1967
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L 1.2: M 31/28SEMINAR ON MANPOWER POLICY AND PROGRAM1967
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L 1.2: M 31/29SEMINAR ON MANPOWER POLICY AND PROGRAM1972
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L 1.2: M 31/30SEMINAR ON MANPOWER POLICY AND PROGRAM1967
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L 1.2: M 31/31SEMINAR ON MANPOWER POLICY AND PROGRAM1967
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L 1.2: M 31/33Pespectives on Natural Resources and Human ResourcesJanuary, 1967
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L 1.2: M 31/34Working with AutomationSeptember, 1967
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L 1.2: M 31/36Labor's Role in the War on PovertyApril, 1967
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L 1.2: M 31/37Labor's View of Manpower PolicyJune, 1967
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L 1.2: M 31/38A Review of Training ActivitiesAugust, 1967
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L 1.2: M 31/38A REVIEW OF TRAINING ACTIVITIES1967
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L 1.2: M 31/39Univerisity Perspectives on Manpower1967
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L 1.2: M 31/44Womenpower Policies for the 1970'sOctober, 1967
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L 1.2: M 31/46Systems Design and Nature of WorkAugust, 1967
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L 1.2: M 31/50SEMINAR ON MANPOWER POLICY AND PROGRAM1968
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L 1.2: M 31/58/970US Manpower in the 1970's: Opportunity and Challenge1970
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L 1.2: M 31/9People, Skills, and Jobs1963
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L 1.2: N 31/3The Negro Family: The Case for Natl. ActionMarch, 1965
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L 1.2: Oc 1/9An Interim Report to Congress on Occupational DiseasesJune, 1980
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L 1.2: P 25Forging a Partnership Through Employee Involvement1988
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L 1.2: P 38/11Pension Policy: An International Perspective1990
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L 1.2: P 38/9Your Pension: Things You Should Know About Your Pension Plan
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L 1.2: P 43Labor-Management Cooperation: Perspectives from the Labor Movement1984
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L 1.2: P 43/2Perspectives on Labor-Management Cooperation1985
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L 1.2: P 69Plant Closings: What Can Be Learned from Best Practice1982
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L 1.2: P 94/6Productivity & Employement: Challenges fro the 1990's1989
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L 1.2: R 22/2Readings on Labor-Management Relations1991
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L 1.2: R 29/3/980Reports Required Under the LMRDA and the CSRA1980
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L 1.2: R 29/3/989Reports Required Under the LMRDA and the CSRA1989
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L 1.2: R 29/3/990Reports Required Under the LMRDA and the CSRA1990
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L 1.2: R 29/3/990/spanReports Required Under the LMRDA and the CSRA1990
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L 1.2: R 29/5/olderReport of the Secretary of Labor: Older Worker Task ForceJanuary, 1989
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L 1.2: R 29/5/probReport of the Secretary of Labor: Labor Market Problems of Older WorkersJanuary, 1989
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L 1.2: R 29/5/qualityReport of the Secretary of Labor: Workforce QualityJanuary, 1989
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L 1.2: R 29/5/shortReport of the Secretary of Labor: Labor Market ShortagesJanuary, 1989
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L 1.2: R 29/5/unemployReport of the Secretary of Labor: Unemployment InsuranceJanuary, 1989
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L 1.2: R 44/990Rights and Responsibilities1990
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L 1.2: Sa 1/988The Role of Labor-Management Committees in Safeguarding Worker Safety and Health1988
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L 1.2: Sa 1/989The Role of Labor-Management Committees in Safeguarding Worker Safety and Health1989
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L 1.2: Sch 6What Work Requires of SchoolsJune, 1991
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L 1.2: Sch 6/exec.sum.What Work Requires of SchoolsJune, 1991
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L 1.2: Sch 6/letterWhat Work Requires of SchoolsJune, 1991
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L 1.2: Sh 7Labor-Management Conflict and Cooperation: The Role of Shop Floor Leaders1988
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L 1.2: Sk 3/3The Bottom Line: Basic Skills in the Workplace1988
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L 1.2: Sk 3/4Skills and Tasks for Jobs1992
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L 1.2: St 3/3Cooperative Partnership: A New Beginning for Natl. Steel Corp. and The United Steelworkers of America1987
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L 1.2: St 3/3/989Cooperative Partnership: A New Beginning for Natl. Steel Corp. and The United Steelworkers of America1989
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L 1.2: Su 1Alcohol and Drug Abuse Training Program: Substance Abuse Date Sheets1990
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L 1.2: T 68/5Transition Assistance Program1991
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L 1.2: T 77/991Trusteeship Requirements1991
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L 1.2: Un 3/16/987Electing Union Officers1987
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L 1.2: Un 3/16/989Electing Union Officers1989
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L 1.2: W 45/5/969Welfare and Pension Plan Statistics, 19691969
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L 1.2: W 45/9ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES OF WELFARE AND PENSION PLATES1974
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L 1.2: W 58Participative Approaches to White-Collar Productivity Improvement1987
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L 1.2: W 73Wintergreen Symposium Report1986
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L 1.2: W 84/2Women and Private Pension Plans1980
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L 1.2: W 89/15/988Starting Labo-Management Quality of Work Life Programs1988
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L 1.2: W 89/16Work Analysis1983
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L 1.2: W 89/17Quality of Work Life: AT&T and CWA Examine Process After Three Years1985
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