Latin American Labor Organizations

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Latin American Labor Organizations

EDITED BY Gerald Michael Greenfield AND Sheldon L. Maram

Greenwood Press

NEW YORK WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction xi
  • 1: Argentina 1
  • Bibliography 8
  • 2: Belize 25
  • Bibliography 29
  • 3: Bolivia 37
  • Bibliography 48
  • 4: Brazil 63
  • Bibliography 84
  • 5: Chile 129
  • Bibliography 145
  • 6: Colombia 179
  • Bibliography 185
  • 7: Costa Rica 213
  • Bibliography 224
  • 8: Cuba 243
  • Bibliography 256
  • 9: Dominican Republic 265
  • Bibliography 272
  • 10: Ecuador 289
  • Bibliography 295
  • 11: El Salvador 307
  • Bibliography 324
  • 12: French Guiana 389
  • Bibliography 392
  • 13: Guatemala 395
  • Bibliography 407
  • 14: Guyama 433
  • Bibliography 440
  • 15: Haiti 449
  • Bibliography 452
  • 16: Honduras 463
  • Bibliography 473
  • 17: Jamaica 495
  • Bibliography 501
  • 18: Mexico 511
  • Bibliography 524
  • 19: Nicaragua 549
  • Bibliography 558
  • 20: Panama 577
  • Bibliography 582
  • 21: Paraguay 595
  • Bibliography 601
  • 22: Peru 607
  • Bibliography 627
  • 23: Puerto Rico 667
  • Bibliography 677
  • 24: Suriname 691
  • Bibliography 695
  • 25: Uruguay 701
  • Bibliography 715
  • 26: Venezuela 727
  • Bibliography 734
  • Appendix 1 International Labor Organizations 761
  • Bibliography 762
  • Appendix 2 779
  • Appendix 3 Glossary of Terms, People, and Events 805
  • Index 831
  • About the Editors and Contributors 925
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