The roots of ADR : the stone to the European law merchant Diplomatic ADR : Akhenaton to Woodrow Wilson ADR comes to America : the precolonial period to the ten-hour day The Civil War : the limits and the promise of ADR Commercial and business ADR : the Phoenicians to the American Arbitration Association Employee and union struggles : reconstruction to the Coal Wars Trains and a world war : pulling ADR into the twentieth century Labor-management ADR, 1920-1945 : bust and boom After the war : Taft-Hartley to the steel trilogy Branching out : ADR in the 1960s New rights and new forms : ADR in the 1970s Outside the federal realm : new groups pick up the ADR torch Crisis and rebirth : labor-management ADR in the 1980s The era of win-win : nonlabor ADR becomes a force of its own The great expansion : ADR in the 1990s ADR and the twenty-first century : threats and hopes.
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Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 271-281) and index.