World Labour Rights and Their Protection

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World Labour Rights and Their Protection

By James Avery Joyce
St. Martin's, 1980
190 pp. $22.50

Labor rights described in the context of the entire range of human rights, including existing international legislation, the procedures of the U.N. and the ILO, and the problem of enforcement in sovereign states. While the author is mainly concerned with providing information, he does not hide his own views, which are particularly sharp when he takes up the U.S. decision in 1975 to withdraw from the ILO.

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