This comprehensive study of labor in German agriculture integrates historical, sociological, and legal facts and relates them to the general political and cultural currents in Germany from 1810 to the Nazi defeat in 1945.
Originally published in 1961.
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Table of Contents
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- CONTENTS, pg. vii
- ABBREVIATIONS, pg. xiii
- PART ONE. INTRODUCTION: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND, pg. 1
- I. FROM REVOLUTION TO REVOLUTION, pg. 33
- II. LABOR IN TRANSITION, pg. 47
- III. THE LABOR MARKET, pg. 54
- IV. PROTECTIVE LEGISLATION, pg. 68
- V. TRADE UNIONS OF AGRICULTURAL WORKERS, pg. 77
- VI. EMPLOYERS’ ORGANIZATIONS AND COLLABORATION WITH TRADE UNIONS, pg. 91
- VII. WAGES, pg. 111
- VIII. SOCIAL PROVISIONS FOR LABOR, pg. 126
- IX. SETTLEMENT OF AGRICULTURAL WORKERS, pg. 148
- I. THE AGRICULTURAL POLICY OF THE THIRD REICH, pg. 159
- II. THE EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE RELATION, pg. 203
- III. CONDITIONS OF WORK AND WAGES, pg. 222
- IV. THE LABOR MARKET CONTROL, pg. 292
- V. CONCLUSION, pg. 351
- BIBLIOGRAPHY, pg. 357
- INDEX, pg. 379