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What is Industrial Democracy

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Industrial Democracy by Norman Thomas is a thought-provoking and insightful exploration of the relationship between labor and management in the industrial setting. Thomas argues that true democracy can only be achieved through the participation of workers in the decision-making processes of their workplaces.

Thomas provides a detailed history of the labor movement and examines various models of industrial democracy that have been implemented in different countries. He argues that democratic workplaces not only benefit workers, but also lead to increased productivity and innovation.

One of the strengths of the book is Thomas's ability to effectively communicate complex ideas in a way that is accessible to a wide audience. He provides compelling examples and case studies to support his arguments, making a strong case for the implementation of industrial democracy in today's workplaces.

Overall, Industrial Democracy is a timely and important read for anyone interested in the future of work and the relationship between labor and management. Thomas's vision of a more democratic workplace offers a hopeful alternative to the traditional top-down management structures that dominate many industries today.

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An explanation of the concept of industrial democracy and its relation to capitalism.

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