Washington Law Review


In this excellent and timely little book Mr. Wollett has undertaken to expound for the intelligent layman that most controversial and rapidly changing field, labor law. With such a subject it is difficult for an author, no matter the laudable objectivity of his intentions, to maintain that detached and nonpolitical attitude which fair and just treatment of the subject demands. In this respect the author has outdone himself, and has provided full and unbiased discussion of both sides of each problem.

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