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The labor force and employment conditions in agriculture differ considerably from those in food manufacturing. Furthermore, unionization in agriculture is at an embryonic stage, while in food manufacturing it is well established. Because of these dissimilarities prospects for union growth are not the same and the two industries are treated separately below.


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Hurd, R. W. (1973). Strategies for Union Growth In Food Manufacturing and Agriculture [Electronic version]. Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Industrial Relations Research Association (pp. 267-274). Champaign, IL: Labor and Employment Relations Association.

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