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Harvard Historical Studies 116

The Labor Wars in Cordoba, 1955-1976

Ideology, Work, and Labor Politics in an Argentine Industrial Society

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HARDCOVER

$104.50 • £83.95 • €94.00

ISBN 9780674508514

Publication Date: 08/12/1998

Short

456 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

2 line illustrations, 11 tables

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  • Preface
  • Abbreviations
  • Introduction
  • Part 1: Cordoba
    • 1. Industry, Society, and class
    • 2. Union Politics
    • 3. The Factory, the Union, and the New Industrial Worker
  • Part 2: Rebellion
    • 4. Cordoba and the “Argentine Revolution”
    • 5. The Cordobazo
    • 6. The Clasistas
  • Part 3: The Peronist Restoration
    • 7. Tosco and Salamanca
    • 8. Peronists and Revolutionaries
    • 9. Patria Metalurgica, Patria Socialista
  • Part 4: The Politics of Work
    • 10. Work and Politics in Cordoba
    • 11. Conclusion: The Sources of Working Class Politics in Cordoba
  • Source Materials
  • Notes
  • Index

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