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This volume contains the edited version of three days of conferences co-sponsored by the McGill Industrial Relations Centre and the Montreal Port Council.
|Statement||Frances Bairstow (editor) [and] Jane von Eicken (assistant editor).|
|Contributions||Bairstow, Frances, ed., Von Eicken, Jane, ed., McGill University. Industrial Relations Centre., Montreal Port Council.|
|LC Classifications||HD6528.L8 D85|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||79862606|
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