"The author has not attempted to portray an idealistic scheme in this paper. It is the result of personal experience among working men, listening to their complaints and grievances; and suddenly discovering that all any man asked was the right to be independent during his declining years; the right of free speech; the right to earn his living by working under good conditions; and the right to receive in compensation for his labor a fair and equitable division of profits on goods resulting from his work. All the points taken up in this paper are not common to one industry, but, according to the author's personal opinion, the "best of the lot." It is realized that the rapidly changing concept of labor's status may make this paper worthwhile today, but worthless tomorrow, consequently, the author has tried to maintain "common sense" attitude toward labor"--Foreword, page iii.
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
Professional Degree in Mining Engineering
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
iii, 55 pages
© 1935 James Kneeland Richardson, All rights reserved.
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Richardson, James Kneeland, "Personnel relations" (1935). Professional Degree Theses. 244.