MANAGEMENT: Blindman's Buff

"The U.S. community cannot permit collective bargaining to be merely a game of blindman's buff. . . . The day is long past when collective bargaining can be carried on in the atmosphere of a David Harum horse trade. . . ."

Both labor and management were thus taken to task last week by the Twentieth Century Fund's Labor Committee. In a scholarly and timely study of collective bargaining, the committee reminded both sides that there is always a third party to consider, the consumer. High prices are just as dangerous as artificially...

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