William Morris Leiserson

William Morris Leiserson (1883–1957) was a notable labor relations scholar and mediator.

Leiserson, perhaps the twentieth century's most influential labor mediator during the rise of labor unions and collective bargaining in the United States, was a professor, state and federal government administrator, mediator, arbitrator, and a member of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s "brain trust" which developed and wrote legislation such as the Railway Labor Act of 1934. Provided by Wikipedia
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Author: Leiserson, William Morris, 1883-
Published 1924
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Author: Leiserson, William Morris, 1883-1957.
Published 1971
Record Source: Published Materials
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