Labour Law was born at the end of 19th Century, when liberalism fell into a deep crisis, and today it is itself also in a critical situation. This article deals with the culture of legal scholars who produced Labour Law during the 20th Century in Italy. It studies the legal debates, the question about the identity of the subject, its influence in work policies, and the scholar re- flection about its main institutions, like the employment contract, collective bargaining, or trade-union freedom. It has four phases: the birth of Labour Law, between the end of the 19th Century and the beginning of the 20th Century; the experience of fascist corporatism; the different ways of thinking Labour Law under de Italian Constitution of 1948; and its present dilemmas.
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