Workers' control in Latin America, 1930-1979 - Jonathan C Brown

Contents

  • Introduction: What is workers' control? - Jonathan C Brown
  • To relieve the misery: Sugar Mill workers and 1933 Cuban Revolution - Michael Marconi Braga
  • Acting for themselves: workers and the Mexican oil nationalisation - Jonathan C Brown
  • Rehabilitating the workers: the US Railway Mission to Mexico - Andrea Spears
  • Maintaining unity: railway workers and the Guatemalan revolution - Marc Christian McLeod
  • As you sow, so shall you reap: Argentine labour and the railway nationalisation - Maria Celina Tuozzo
  • Topics not suitable for propaganda: working-class resistance under Peronism - Michael Snodgrass
  • There should be dignity: São Paulo's women textile workers and the "strike of 300,189" - Joel Wolfe
  • Struggling for Emancipation: tungsten miners and the Bolivian revolution - Andrew Boeger
  • Continuing to be peasants: union militancy among Peruvian miners - Josh DeWind
  • Defending the nation's interest: Chilean miners and the copper nationalisation - Joanna Swanger
  • Conclusion: workers' control in Latin America - Jonathan C Brown
  • Selective bibliography of 20th-century Latin American labour history
  • Notes on the contributors
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Comments

Malcy
Aug 13 2016 02:43
The PDF for this seems to have gotten mixed up with one about Sylvia Pankhurst. From page 160 onwards it's a different book. Can it be fixed?
Anonymous
Aug 15 2016 10:49
Malcy wrote:
The PDF for this seems to have gotten mixed up with one about Sylvia Pankhurst. From page 160 onwards it's a different book. Can it be fixed?
thanks, fixed
Malcy
Aug 19 2016 01:21
Great. Thank you!