Workers' Control in Latin America, 1930-1979

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Notes

Research for this chapter was made possible by the Mellon Fellowship of the Institute of Latin American Studies and by a grant from the Policy Research Institute, both of the University of Texas. The author thanks John Womack Jr., Alan Knight, Rodney Anderson, and Paul Goodwin for their comments and Adrian Bantjes for his research assistance.

1.
See Worker's University of Mexico, The Oil Conflict in Mexico, 1937-1938 ( Mexico City, 1938); El Universal, 21 March 1938.
2.
El Universal, 19 March 1938.
3.
The classic study is that of Lorenzo Meyer, Mexico and the United States in the Oil Controversy, 1916-1942 ( Austin, 1977). See also George Philip, Oil and Politics in Latin America: Nationalist Movements and State Oil Companies ( Cambridge, England, 1982).
4.
S. Leif Adelson G., "Historia social de los obreros industriales de Tampico, 1906- 1919" (doctoral thesis, College of Mexico, 1982); Jonathan C. Brown, Oil and Revolution in Mexico ( Berkeley, 1993), chap. 5.
5.
S. Leif Adelson G., "Coyuntura y conciencia: Factores convergentes en la fundaclón de los sindicatos petroleros de Tampico durante la década de 1920," in El trabaio y los trabajadores en la historia de México, ed. Elsa Cecilia Frost et al. ( Mexico City, 1979), 632-60.
6.
Marjorie R. Clark, Organized Labor in Mexico ( Chapel Hill, 1934), 118-19; Barry Carr , El movimiento obrero y la política en México, 1910-191 ( Mexico City, 1976), 161, 187-88.
7.
J. C. Brown, "Foreign Oil Companies, Oil Workers, and the Mexican Revolutionary State in the 1920s," in Multinational Enterprise in Historical Perspective, ed. Alice Telchova et al. ( Cambridge, England, 1986), 265-66; Leopoldo Alafita Méndez, "Trabajo y condición obrera en los campamentos petroleros de la Huasteca, 1900- 1935," in Anuario IV, Universidad Veracruzana ( Jalapa, Ver., 1986), 169-207.
8.
C. E. Macy to secretary of state, 1 April 1931, 6 June, 31 December 1932, 29 March 1933, National Archives and Record Service, Washington, D.C., Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State, State Department Correspondence, 1910-29, Decimal Files (hereafter cited as State Dept. Decimal Files), 812.00- Tamaulipas/23, /53, /92, /101.
9.
L. Ralph Higgs, "Prevailing Wage Scale, Tampico Oil Industry," 6 October 1932, U.S. Consular Records, Tampico, General Correspondence, Decimal Files 850-4, Record Group 84, National Archives; "Penn Mex Fuel Co. contra trabajadores de la terminal Alvarez," 8 June 1932, Archivo General de la Nación, Mexico City (hereafter cited as AGN), Junta Federal de Conciliacón y Arbitración (hereafter cited as JFCA), C69, E9.
10.
Pedro Noyola to Junta Regional Permanente de Concillación, no. cuatro, 7 September 1931, JFCA, C53, E20.

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