Railroad Radicals in Cold War Mexico: Gender, Class, and Memory

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Index
Acción Cívica Nacional, 48–49
Acción Social Ferrocarrilera, 89–90
Acosta, Guadalupe, 72, 88, 186
Alegre, Robert, interviews Narciso Nava, 164, 165, 166, 211
Alemán Railroad Rehabilitation Plan, 42
Alemán Valdés, Miguel: and anticommunism, 4, 11, 49, 91; Cold War policies of, 54–55; connects industrialization to the revolution, 40; deploys DFS agents, 91; and Díaz de León’s takeover of STFRM, 58; expands Article 145 of Federal Penal Code, 91; founds DFS, 20; industrialization programs of and workers, 13, 41; nationalism and industrialization policies of, 10–11; policies of and labor, 2; and railroad improvements, 39; railway industry and economic development plan of, 42; and statelabor corporatist relations, 9, 216; and U.S. Railway Mission, 44
Alianza de Ferrocarrileros Católicos, 146
Allende, Salvador, 219
Alonso, Antonio, 13–14, 139, 216
Amorós, Roberto: compared to Mendéz, 167; and FNM images of company benevolence, 115; and negotiations of 1958, 132, 138–39, 167–68; and strikes of 1958, 125; underestimates railway radicals, 120; and Vallejo, 133, 138–39; and wage-increase demands, 113, 117; and work-stoppage threats, 121
anticommunism: of the Alemán administration, 49, 91; of anti-vallejistas, 160; of Ávila Camacho administration, 39, 49; and democratic union movement, 103; employed against labor movement, 48; of postwar press, 143; of workers, 143–44; of working-class activists, 159–60
Anticommunist Popular Front of Mexico, 55
anti-imperialism, 48, 55
Arbenz, Jacobo, 195
Arellano, José, 107
Article 145 of Federal Penal Code (“social dissolution”): addressed in student protests, 150; enactment and effects of, 90– 91; students’ call for abolishment of, 224; Vallejo and dissidents indicted under, 200– 201; and Vallejo’s defense in court, 202–4
Aroche Parra, Miguel, 191, 206
Ávila Camacho, Manuel: and anticommunism, 39, 49; connects industrialization to revolution, 40; efforts to unify the country by, 40–41; policies of and labor, 2; and state-labor corporatist relations, 9, 10, 216; and transfer of railway industry to FNM, 39; railroad improvement plan of, 39; revises federal labor code, 39
Batista, Fulgencio, 176
Benítez Nápoles, Reinaldo, 192
Benitez Vallejo, Lilia: background of, 65; joins independent railway movement, 66; as “memory entrepreneur,” 17; as organizer against incarcerations, 197–98, 200; and Vallejo, 134, 196, 197

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