Most of the articles which have heretofore appeared in print in reference to the new Court of Industrial Relations in Kansas have beet taken up with such matters as the nationality of Alexander Howat; president of the 'Kansas district of the United Mine Workers, the cost and frequency of strikes among miners, the ideals of Governor Henry J. Allen and others responsible for the creation of the new Court and the like. But little has found its way -into print in the way of an exact analysis of the jurisdiction, powers and methods of procedure of this'tribunal. Such an analysis is attempted in this article.
H W. Humble,
The Court of Industrial Relations in Kansas,
Mich. L. Rev.
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