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    Yeshiva Shock Waves

    David Kuechle
    In 1980, the United States Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 decision that faculty members at Yeshiva University were managers and thus were not eligible for collective bargaining protection under the National Labor Relations Act. In this article David Kuechle discusses the background and consequences of the Yeshiva decision, examines some of the Yeshiva-related challenges, and assesses the likely impact of Yeshiva on the nation's colleges and universities during the next several years.

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    Fall 1982 Issue

    Abstracts

    Functional Literacy
    Fond Illusions and False Economies
    Kenneth Levine
    Yeshiva Shock Waves
    David Kuechle
    Peasant Consciousness Under Peruvian Military Rule
    Erwin H. Epstein
    Thinking About Bilingual Education
    A Critical Appraisal
    Ricardo Otheguy
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