El Sindicalismo en México

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Editorial Porrúa, 1994 - Law - 336 pages
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"Concludes that Mexico has not developed an adequate level of labor consciousness, and that the labor movement's lack of success in bringing about a higher minimum wage will produce social consequences similar to those that occurred in Chiapas during 1994. Provides a partial counterpart to Kevin Middlebrook's English-language work on organized labor"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.

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Contents

Los umbrales
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El mutualismo y la vida sindical de fació
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La legislación laboral del imperio
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