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The paradox of revolution : labor, the state, and authoritarianism in Mexico

Title
The paradox of revolution : labor, the state, and authoritarianism in Mexico / Kevin J. Middlebrook.
Published
Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995.
Description
xiv, 463 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents
Ch. 1. Introduction: Mass Politics and Regime Formation in Postrevolutionary Mexico
I. Constructing the Postrevolutionary Mexican Regime. Ch. 2. State Structures and Political Control: The Development of State Administrative Capacity in the Labor Sector. Ch. 3. The Challenge of Mass Participation and the Origins of Mexico's State-Subsidized Labor Movement. Ch. 4. Turning Point: The 1947-1951 Labor Crisis and the Consolidation of a Social Pact with Organized Labor
II. Organized Labor, the State, and Economic Change. Ch. 5. State Structures, Political Control, and Labor Participation: An Assessment. Ch. 6. Labor Politics and Import-Substituting Industrialization: From Coalition Maintenance to Labor Insurgency. Ch. 7. Labor Politics under Economic Stress in the 1980s: Economic Crisis, Industrial Restructuring, and the Consequences for Workers
Ch. 8. Conclusion: Labor Politics and Regime Change in Mexico
Appendix A: Union Registration Data for Federal-Jurisdiction Industries.
Appendix B: Railroad Worker Case Sampling Procedures.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [423]-449) and index.
Language
English
LCCN
94029470
ISBN
0801849225 (alk. paper)
0801851483 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Format
Book Book
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