Collaborative Collective Bargaining was a concept strongly pushed by Clinton S. Golden and Harold Ruttenberg in their book, Dynamics of Industrial Democracy. Golden would later go on to become the Chief Labor Advisor of the Marshall Administration in 1948. Golden became a very important figure that guided labor relations in various European countries. He knew that rising unemployment in the United States would remind some of the Great Depression, which would affect their views toward the European Recovery Program. Goldens statements on Labor Relations are included in this scan.
Related Subjects: Marshall Plan, Labor Relations: US Unions