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By Robert J. Alexander

ISBN-10: 0275977404

ISBN-13: 9780275977405

This quantity is a pioneering examine of the historical past of geared up exertions within the critical American republics. It lines the historical past within the numerous nations from the early 19th century to the tip of the 20 th century. It additionally discusses why they seemed, what organizational and ideological developments characterised the move in those nations, the position of collective bargaining, the industrial impression of equipped hard work, in addition to the relatives of the move within the person nations with each other and with the wider exertions circulate open air of the nations serious about this volume.

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Carlos George (official of Federación de Trabajadores Cristianos), interview with the author in Panama City, July 6, 1967. 66. Julio, interview. 67. George, interview. 68. , interview. 69. Phillipps, in Latin American Labor Organizations, p. 586. 70. , p. 581. 71. , p. 582. 32 A History of Organized Labor in Panama and Central America 72. Barría, interview; Federación International de los Obreros del Transporte (ITF), “Comunicado de Prensa,” London, May 16, 1951 (mimeographed). 73. “Acuerdos y Resoluciones del Primer Congreso de la Federación de Sindicatos Independientes” (mimeographed).

Meléndez, interview; Silva, interview. 64. Dionisio Aráuz, interview. 65. Carlos George (official of Federación de Trabajadores Cristianos), interview with the author in Panama City, July 6, 1967. 66. Julio, interview. 67. George, interview. 68. , interview. 69. Phillipps, in Latin American Labor Organizations, p. 586. 70. , p. 581. 71. , p. 582. 32 A History of Organized Labor in Panama and Central America 72. Barría, interview; Federación International de los Obreros del Transporte (ITF), “Comunicado de Prensa,” London, May 16, 1951 (mimeographed).

49. Carlos R. Julio (secretary-general of Confederación de Trabajadores de la República de Panamá), interview with the author in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, July 5, 1962. 50. Barría, interview. 51. Alberto García (Panamanian banana workers’ leader), interview with the author in Panama City, August 27, 1952. 52. Serafino Romualdi (Latin American representative of AFL-CIO, assistant secretary-general of ORIT), interview with the author in New Brunswick, NJ, December 11, 1956. 53. Cubilla Smith, interview.

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