JOHN THOMAS DUNLOP
Color photograph of the American Labor Economist and Presidential
advisor, who served as the United States Secretary of Labor under Gerald Ford.
Inscribed to radio/TV interview host George Sanders. Extremely rare!
Photograph signed: "To George R. Sanders/with best wishes/John T.
Dunlop/July 16, 1979", in black ink. Color, 8x10. John Thomas Dunlop
(1914-2003) was an American labor economist, scholar and United States
Administrator who served as the U.S. Secretary of Labor between 1975 and
1976 under President Gerald Ford. He also served as Director of the U.S.
Cost of Living Council (1973-1974), Chairman of the U.S. Commission on the
Future of Worker/Management Relations (1993-1995) and arbitrator and impartial
chairman of various U.S. Labor committees. A labor scholar, he received his
doctorate for the University of California Berkley in 1939 while beginning his
professorial career at Harvard, where he taught for nearly 50 years
(1938-1984). There he was Chairman of the Economics Department (1961-1966)
and Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (1969-1973). Recognized as the
most influential figure in the field of Industrial Relations of the postwar era,
Dunlop served as an advisor in every U.S. Presidential Administration from
Franklin D. Roosevelt to Bill Clinton. Dunlop, who regarded himself a
problem solver, is the author of several books, including Dispute Resolution,
Negotiation and Consensus Building (1984). George R. Sanders,
originally a disc jockey, became a prominent radio/TV interview host, first in
Los Angeles and later in Portland. Corners slightly creased. Otherwise, fine
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