Education: Labor Classes

Meek, enthusiastic, little Samuel James Wanous (rhymes with "on us"), 37, business-administration professor at U.C.L.A., calls himself "just another of those damned bureaucrat professors" and conducts classes under the firm impression that sooner or later one of his students will shy an inkwell at him. Dr. Wanous has good reason to be apprehensive. With his colleague, energetic Dr. William Francis Brown, 33, he lectures on such contentious subjects as the Wagner Act, the Wages and Hours Act, the economic weapons of labor and management, the causes of industrial unrest. His students: management...

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