Wisconsin as seen by rank and file delegates to the AFL-CIO biennial convention
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Wisconsin as seen by rank and file delegates to the AFL-CIO biennial convention a report by Jon G Udell

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Published by Bureau of Business Research and Service, University of Wisconsin? in Madison? .
Written in English


  • Labor movement -- Wisconsin,
  • Wisconsin -- Economic conditions

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Edition Notes

Other titlesMilwaukee journal
Statementby Jon G. Udell, with the assistance of Gene R. Laczniak
SeriesWisconsin economic studies -- no. 11, Wisconsin economic studies -- no. 11
ContributionsLaczniak, Eugene R, Dick, Ross M, University of Wisconsin. Bureau of Business Research and Service
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17897698M

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