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XI; see also J. Windmuller, "Labor: a Partner in American Foreign Policy," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Soclal Sciences, VoL 350, 1963, pp. 104-14.
D. dissertation, Yale University, USA, 1955. p. z78; see also "Unions' Foreign Policy; Raise Overseas Wages," Nations Business (USA), Vol. so, April 1g62, p. 33-35. TRADE UNioN FoREIGN PoLICY has been ascribed to the British trade unions' promotion of trade unions in the Indian cotton textile industries. In cases such as these, the trade unions will often find allies in the business groups affected by the growth of low cost industries abroad. 8 The '1ow-wage.. issue is one that unionists face whenever their industries are involved in international trade with countries of differing levels of economic and social development.
An approach designed to overcome some of these problems is outlined in G. Almond and G. , The Politics of Developing Areas, Princeton, 1960, pp. 3-64. 86 A. Wilson, "Recruitment and Selection for Work in Foreign Cultures," Human Relations, Vol. 14, No. 1, 1961, pp. 3-21. 8 7 M. Mead, "The Study of National Character," in D. Lerner and H. , The Policy Sciences, Stanford, 1951, p. 77· ssW. Knowles, Trade Union Development and Industrial Relations in the British West Indies, Berkeley, 1959. »a9 More obvious difficulties arise from differences in class, race, and language.