Refreshing Pauses: Coca-Cola and Human Rights in Guatemala

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INTRODUCTION
1.
For similarly applied case material see also Hans Gunter , "Erosion of Trade Union Power Through Multinational Enterprises?" Vanterbilt Journal of Transnational Law, Fall 1976; Jeffrey Harrod, Trade Union Foreign Policy ( New York: Doubleday, 1972); Everett Kassalow, "Multinational Corporations and their Impact on Industrial Relations," ( Montreal: International Conference on Labor Relations, 1976); Duane Kujawa , ed., International Labor and the Multinational Enterprise ( New York: Praeger, 1974); Levinson 1971, 1972. The case also fits into the pattern of research on workers in Latin America, such as Elizabeth Jelin, "Espontaneidad y organizacion en el movimiento obrero," Revista latinoamericana de sociologia 2 ( 1975); and more general studies of labor movements, especially Alba 1964; Form and Blum 1965; Gonzáles Casonova 1985; Poblete Troncoso 1946; Spalding, 1977.
2.
Lars Schoultz, Human Rights and United States Policy toward Latin America. ( Princeton: Princeton U. Press, 1981); A. Hennelly and J. Langan, eds., Human Rights in the Americas; M. Crahan, ed., Human Rights and Basic Needs in the Americas ( Washington D.C.: Georgetown U. Press, 1982); Library of Congress, Human Rights in Latin America, 1964-1980 ( Washington D.C.: GPO, 1983). Works on Guatemala include Adams 1970; Alvarado Arellano, 1965; Amnesty International 1981; Plant 1978; U.N. Human Rights Commission, 1984. More general treatments include Tibor R. Machan, Human Rights and Human Liberties: A Radical Reconsideration of the American Political Tradition ( Chicago: Nelson Hall,- 1975); James Avery Joyce, The New Politics of Human Rights ( London: Macmillan, 1978); Christian Bay, 1981.
3.
E.g., David Elliot, "The Organization as a System" in Salaman and Thompson 1980.
4.
See P. M. Blau and R. W. Scott, Formal Organizations: A Comparative Approach ( London: Routledge and-Kegan Paul, 1963); J. G. March and H. A. Simon, Organizations ( New York: John Wiley, 1958); Charles Perrow, CompLex Organizations: A critical essay Glenview IL: Scott Foresman, 1979). Louis Kriesberg deals with "Centralization and Differentiation" in Social Research 61, Oct. 1976.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction ix
  • 1 - The Lockout/Strike 1
  • 2 - Subdivision 17
  • 3 - The Church Takes Stock 28
  • 4 - First Settlement 42
  • 5 - Repression 56
  • 6 - The Corporate Forum 72
  • 7 91
  • 8 - Boycott! 105
  • 9 - The Spring Offensive 123
  • 10 - Negotiations Begin 135
  • 11 - Abduction 153
  • 12 - A Contract! 163
  • 13 - An Oasis Runs Dry 173
  • 14 - Occupation 187
  • 15 - The Third Campaign 200
  • 16 - Echoes of Victory 213
  • Concluding Reflections 222
  • Notes 233
  • Bibliography 245
  • Index 262
  • About the Author 269
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