AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY BETWEEN 1913 AND 1935 with Kevin Tennent

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AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY BETWEEN 1913 AND 1935 Program Officer Gregory Hargreaves interviews Dr. Kevin Tennent about his recent research at the Hagley Museum & Library, funded by a grant from the Hagley Center for the History of Business, Technology, & Society. Dr. Tennent, Senior Lecturer at the University of York School of Management, used Hagley materials in his research on American industrial democracy between 1913 and 1935. Dr. Tennent’s research seeks to further our understanding of labor representation within industrial concerns, to determine how democratic institutions functions within American business of the period, and to investigate their relationship with organized labor unions and the relative empowerment of employees.

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