A History of Organized Labor in Peru and Ecuador
Publisher: Praeger Publishers | ISBN: 0275977412 | edition 2006 | PDF | 256 pages | 1,09 mb
This volume traces the history of organized labor in the Peru and Ecuador from its first appearance in the late nineteenth century until the end of the twentieth century. It discusses the relations of trade unionism with economic development and politics, particularly the political tendencies within organized labor. It also discusses the negative impact on the trade union movement of the "free-enterprise-free trade" policies of the last decades of the twentieth century. "Originally intending a general history of organized labor in Latin America and the Caribbean, the author worried that it would never see light as a single work and so began breaking it down into separate volumes. The present work provides descriptive narratives of the organizational evolution and political and economic activities of the organized labor movements in the neighbor countries of Peru and Ecuador. Although prior eras do receive treatment, the greatest level of detail concerns the years 1948-1990."-Reference & Research Book News
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