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In the first part of the article an attempt is made to locate the trade unions' position in their various relations to the buyers of labor in a capitalist economy. The position is considered a contradictory one, and the concept of the trade unions' double position is used to designate this...
The article can be summarized as follows: (1) Not all the most affluent workers belong to the aristocracy of labour; only those 'bribed' by mono polistic profits. (2) Lenin's thesis is that superprofits are acquired by the exploitation of colonies. Some later authors have tried to show that aris...
Typical criteria for deciding whether to use one or two tailed tests of significance are examined in this paper and found to be too ambiguous to give the researcher useful guidance. This is unfortunate in that the decision creates a dilemma for the researcher. On the one hand, always using...
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