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1974) introduction to The Asbestos Strike, 36 Industrial Relations in International Perspective though written considerably earlier, provides the most penetrating analysis of the social context in which this ideology has evolved. Trudeau's contribution remains valid in the present context because much of the militancy of the labour movement in recent years has its roots in the frustrations of an earlier period, a period in which social thought was dominated, with little exception, by the Roman Catholic Church, and in which public policy in labour relations was the most repressive in the country.
Presented in chronological order, by region and by industry, his study for the Federal Task Force provides a lengthy and detailed examination of labour unrest between 1900 and 1966, with emphasis on the socio-economic context in which the major strikes occurred. Other scholars have preferred to concentrate on a narrower range oflabour struggles, chosen for their particular significance. Abella (1974), for example, edited a volume which starts with the 1919 Winnipeg general strike and ends with a chapter on asbestos.
She found this still to be the case in her later study with Fraser (Fraser and Goldenberg, 1974). In Quebec and Ontario, the only provinces in which they bargain collectively, professional engineers have refused to use the certification machinery originally envisaged for blue-collar workers for fear that this would result in an undue proportion of managerial exclusions from professional bargaining units (Cardin, 1967b). There has also been considerable debate and some serious research on the anomalous position of other categories of workers whose dependent relationship gives them the economic characteristics of employees but who may not meet the technical definition of employee under labour legislation.