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On Mackenzie King’s Labor Ideas and Practice

Author: XuXinXin
Tutor: LiWei
School: Shandong University
Course: World History
Keywords: Mackenzie King Labor issues Canada
CLC: K561
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2011
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William Lyon Mackenzie King, is the longest-serving prime minister in the history of Commonwealth countries, and in 1999 he was historian named the greatest Canadian Prime Minister. Not only that, he or experts in labor issues early years, long-term commitment to the study of labor issues, and has published \outstanding; continue to promote the interests of workers during as Prime Minister has made a lot of contributions. This article has four parts: preface contains two elements: First, the reason and the significance of the topic, Mackenzie King, Canadian history is important, valuable for his labor ideology, but the domestic research in this area is also very lacking; addition of the labor problem has become pronounced, labor relations handling mechanism is not perfect, and we need to learn from the advanced experience of developed countries. The second is the research status at home and abroad, the overall situation is domestic research in this area is basically blank, more research abroad. The first chapter introduces the Mackenzie King thought content and its sources of labor. Mackenzie King sympathetic to labor; both employers and employees should be a partnership, you can reach a win-win; safeguard social fairness, he endorsed the government intervention, mediation of labor, employers and public relations, and a series of how mediation; . These ideas are reflected in the industrial and humane \Predecessors and contemporaries theoretical sources of his labor ideology, but also by their personal experiences. The second chapter discusses the Mackenzie King era background and life his labor practice. The background of the times, including the situation in the world within Canada, the overall situation and the situation of the workers' movement in Canada. Mackenzie King's labor practices is roughly based on the different stages of his life is divided into seven sections, respectively, before entering the government sector, the labor newspaper editor, served as Vice Minister of the Federal Department of Labor and served associated Panglao _ Industry Minister, to participate in Research and mediation work of the Rockefeller Foundation, as prime minister during the wartime Prime Minister. And changes in its labor practices before and after when the Prime Minister made a presentation. Conclusion is divided into four parts: labor ideology and practice before and after on Prime Minister Mackenzie King, Mackenzie King labor ideology and practice of positioning, contrast and socialist school of thought about labor issues, as well as reference to China role. Overall, when labor ideology around the Prime Minister Mackenzie King consistent change its labor practices. The positioning of the thinking and practice of labor Mackenzie King: Mackenzie King, sympathetic to labor, focusing on social equity, but not in favor of fundamental social reforms, his solutions to labor conflicts in the existing capitalist system partial adjustment. This paper also cited the similarities and differences of the Mackenzie King labor ideology and socialism. Positioning and comparison to a deeper understanding of the thinking of Mackenzie King labor workers, and highlight its features. Finally, with the reality, and made some of their own views on how Mackenzie King labor thinking applied to the situation of our country.

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