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Fisher, 1951. Social Research 18(4):449-485

Labor Codetermination In Germany
Paul Fisher

Social Research: An International Quarterly

Arien Mack, Editor

Volume 18, No. 4 (Winter 1951): 449-485

EXCERPT: No development in contemporary European industrial relations has attracted greater attention than German labor's fight for codetermination, the drive for participation in the management of the enterprise and for influencing the direction of the economy on an equal basis with industry. The partial but significant victory that German labor gained in the first quarter of 1951, with the passing of the codetermination law for the German steel and coal industries, has focused interest in the United States on this phase of the struggle. American management and labor have supported their German counterparts, while the United States government -- unlike other occupying powers -- has maintained an attitude of strict neutrality.
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