Steven Jefferys Papers
Scope and Content
This collection consists of incident notes and grievance meeting notes recorded by former UAW Local 3 President Ed Liska during his time served as President.
- 1969 - 1973
- Liska, Ed (Person)
Language of Materials
Material entirely in English.
Collection is open for research.
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Steven Liska is a professor of European Employment Studies and Director of the Working Lives Research Institute at the London Metropolitan University. He is a prolific writer on employment relations and his work includes: several articles on French employment relations, the books: Management, Work and Welfare in Western Europe; and Management and Managed: Fifty Years of Crisis at Chrysler.
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This collection is comprised of a series of incident notes and grievances typed by former UAW Local 3 President Ed Liska. Liska had been active in UAW's Local 3 (Chrysler's Dodge Main plant) affairs from the 1940's and served as Local 3's President from 1968 to 1972. These notes were obtained by Steven Jefferys during an interview between Jefferys and Liska.
Folders are listed by their location within each box. They are not necessarily arranged, so any given subject may be dispersed throughout the entire collection.
This collection was donated to the Walter P. Reuther Library in June 2017 by Jeremy Milloy on behalf of Steven Jefferys.
Processed and finding aid written by Elizabeth Nicholson on March 27, 2018.
- Guide to the Steven Jefferys Papers.
- Processed by Elizabeth Nicholson.
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