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The Labor Board CrewRemaking Worker-Employer Relations from Pearl Harbor to the Reagan Era$
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Ronald W. Schatz

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9780252043628

Published to Illinois Scholarship Online: September 2021

DOI: 10.5622/illinois/9780252043628.001.0001

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A Whole Different Ball Game, 1968–81

A Whole Different Ball Game, 1968–81

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(p.181) 8 A Whole Different Ball Game, 1968–81
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The Labor Board Crew
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Ronald W. Schatz

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University of Illinois Press
DOI:10.5622/illinois/9780252043628.003.0008

In the 1970s President Richard M. Nixon and President Gerald Ford appointed John Dunlop and David Cole to new posts to try to handle the stagflation and wave of strikes that were plaguing the U.S. economy. Their attempts to implement corporatist-style solutions failed. Secretary of Labor Dunlop’s resignation in early 1976 marked a turning point in relations between unions and corporations in the United States. Yet rather than retiring, Labor Board vets began resolving conflicts in other sectors of the economy—beginning with Major League Baseball and other professional sports.

Keywords:   Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, George P. Shultz, John T. Dunlop, David Cole, Stagflation, Marvin Miller, experimental negotiating agreement, corporatism, cost of living

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