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History 2125F/G Lecture Notes - Asbestos Strike, Keynesian Economics, Massey Ferguson


Department
History
Course Code
HIS 2125F/G
Professor
Peter Krats

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PERHAPS THE MOST EVOCATIVE OF THE POSTWAR BOOM MENTALITY
- EP TAYLOR
starts in beer, collect breweries
pioneered new directions for management
created argus - wasnt conventional because he didn't gain control but he got effective
control of massey harris
CHALLENGES
regional variations
who benefits
economies of scale
CARTER
fairness should be the foremost objective of the taxation system...the poor paid more
than their fair share while the wealthy avoided taxes through various loopholes
if you make money you should be taxed according to if you make money
WHO BENEFITS
PC 1003
legal recognition of Bargaining Agent
unions must use grievance procedure
not in deal: management prerogative
industrial relations and disputes investigation act
because of modernization - agriculture loses
LABOUR ORGANIZATION:
labour and the 1950s
- seeking better alternatives
red scare - communism
hard line business tactics - didn't want unions
growing solidarity
political activism
STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS
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