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Denmark’s system of collective bargaining has given the country an enviable degree of industrial peace. In this interesting account of the Danish system, Walter Galenson discusses its history; collective bargaining procedures; the role of the government mediator; the effect of collective bargaining on wages, industrial disputes, and the national economy; the interpretation of collective agreements; and the impact of the rise of political socialism.