A Life in Labor Law: The Memoirs of Benjamin Aaron
December 4, 2007Labor Law, Publications, Working Class History, Book/Edited Volume
This book is a memoir by a major figure in U.S. industrial relations and labor law. Benjamin Aaron was on the UCLA faculty for half a century and played a prominent role in public service as well, both nationally and in southern California. This well-written and action-packed memoir, published shortly after the author's death in 2007, is an engaging account of half a century of U.S. labor relations history.