Globalization and Cross-Border Labor Solidarity in the Americas: The Anti-Sweatshop Movement and the Struggle for Social Justice

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Armbruster-Sandoval, Ralph, 1968-
Globalization and cross-border labor solidarity in the Americas : the anti-sweatshop
movement and the struggle for social justice / Ralph Armbruster-Sandoval.
p. cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p.) and index.
ISBN 0-415-94956-4 (hc : alk. paper)-ISBN 0-415-94957-2 (pb : alk. paper)
1. Offshore assembly industry-Employees-Labor unions-Central America.
2. International labor activities-Central America. 3. Clothing workers-Labor
unions-Central America. 4. Sweatshops-Central America. 5. Globalization-
Economic aspects-Central America. I. Title.

HD6539.O33A76 2004
331.25--dc22

2004009989

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