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Labor Union Research for the Labor Relations Community

For the labor union community and for organizations and companies that work with labor unions and community groups.

Sources for Books about Labor

Using Your Library as a Book Resource

The public library is an excellent first stop towards finding the books you need about labor relations, labor law, and the labor movement.  Even if they do not have the book in the library, they should be able to get it for you through the interlibrary loan network, which spans public and academic libraries throughout the U.S.  Also, some college and university libraries are open to the public, and allow community members reading privaleges.  If you don't see anything about these services on the Internet or in the Library, ask!

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