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Labor Research Review now available in DigitalCommons@ILR

As reported in Cornell’s Essentials blog and the ILR News Center, all 24 issues of the Labor Research Review are now available, full-text searchable and free through DigitalCommons@ILR. Published by the Midwest Center for Labor Research from 1982 to 1996, LRR chronicled a significant era in the history of labor relations in the United States.

“These were years of wrenching change for organized labor, with an economic shift from industry to services and the growing impact of globalization,” said [Lance] Compa, a senior lecturer in the ILR Department of Labor Relations, Law, and History. “But it was also a period of creative organizing, bargaining, and alliance building whose effects carry into the present day.”

The project was proposed to Catherwood Library by Compa last year, and was brought to fruition by the Library’s Web & Digital Projects Group earlier this Fall. Be sure to visit DigitalCommon@ILR to check it out!


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