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This is a survey of the changing character of what the authors call ""industrial legality"", focusing on the critical period 1900-1948, during which specific responses to workers' collective action were institutionalized in Canada. The authors argue that the post-1900 period marked the emergence of a new regime of industrial legality, what they call industrial voluntarism, in which state institutions came to play an increasingly important role in regulating industrial conflict.