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Published by The H.W. Wilson company in New York city .
Written in English



  • United States.


  • Kansas. Court of Industrial Relations,
  • Arbitration, Industrial -- United States

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Edition Notes

StatementJulia E. Johnsen, compiler.
SeriesThe reference shelf ..., v. 1, no. 4
LC ClassificationsHD5504.K2 J6
The Physical Object
Pagination71 p.
Number of Pages71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6651608M
LC Control Number23001772

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Excerpt from The Kansas Court of Industrial Relations the Philosophy and History of the Court In thirty-two of the thirty-three cases ad judicated, the orders of the Industrial Court have been complied with by both parties to the controversy. In the one exception, the case of the Wolff Packing Company, the company refused to comply with the Author: John Hugh Bowers. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bowers, John Hugh, Kansas Court of industrial relations. Chicago, McClurg, (OCoLC) The small extent of the injury to the food supply of Kansas to be inflicted by a strike and suspension of this packing company's plant is shown in the language of the Kansas Supreme Court in this case (Court of Industrial Relations v. Packing Co., Kan. , Pac. ). The Kansas legislature created the Court of Industrial Relations by special legislation in January following a series of coal strikes in Southeast Kansas. The court's purpose was to resolve labor disputes between labor organizations and employers and it caused considerable debate .

A discussion of a debate between the labor leader, Samuel Gompers, and Henry J. Allen, governor of Kansas, that took place in New York City, 28 May At issue was Kansas's establishment of a Court of Industrial Relations that. by restricting the right to strike, weakened what little power the labor union movement had thus achieved. Get this from a library! The party of the third part: the story of the Kansas Industrial Relations Court. [Henry Justin Allen]. Kansas: The Court of Industrial Relations. Created by the special session of the Kansas Legislature, January 5 to 27, (Topeka, Printed by Kansas state printing plant, I. Zumwalt, state printer, ), also by Kansas. Governor ( Allen) (page images at HathiTrust). Alexander McWhirter "Alex" Howat (–) was a Scottish-born American coal miner and trade union leader. Howat is best remembered as the chief opponent of the Kansas Court of Industrial Relations in the early s and as the leader of a radical rank-and-file revolt against the officialdom of the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) in Howat's activity ultimately led to his.

In the early 20th century aviation became an important industry. The state began to be an energy provider and the oil and mining industries grew. Learn more about these major industries in Kansas. Agriculture Aviation Coal Strike and the Court of Industrial Relations Great Smith Automobile Company Milling Mining Railroads Wheat. Kansas KANSAS BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY SW Jackson, Suite Topeka, KS Telephone: () • Fax: () E-mail: [email protected] Website: www File Size: KB. The Court of Appeals is an intermediate appellate court that hears appeals from districts courts in civil or criminal cases, except those that may be appealed directly to the Supreme Court. It also hears appeals of decisions from administrative agencies, such as the Kansas Corporation Commission, the Kansas Board of Tax Appeals, and the Kansas. The Kansas Industrial Relations Act of epitomized this strategy by replacing strikes and lockouts with a system of compulsory adjudication called the industrial court. William Allen White, the celebrated Kansas newspaper editor, played a key role in advancing the industrial court as a civilized substitute for industrial warfare that was Author: Charles Delgadillo.