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by Arleen Hernández-Díaz

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Author:
Arleen Hernández-Díaz
ISBN13:
978-0813029481
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0813029481
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University Press of Florida; 1st edition (June 30, 2006)
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Politics & Government
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Hernandez-Diaz documents the 20th-century history of the Puerto Rican labor movement with this first scholarly treatment of labor-management relations on the island.

Hernandez-Diaz documents the 20th-century history of the Puerto Rican labor movement with this first scholarly treatment of labor-management relations on the island. While the United States mainland and Latin America have influenced labor relations in Puerto Rico, significant legal, political, economic, and social factors are unique to the region, and the author offers a comprehensive analysis of the similarities and differences between the . and Puerto Rican systems.

Hernández-Díaz documents the 20th-century history of the Puerto Rican labor movement with this first scholarly treatment of. .

Hernández-Díaz documents the 20th-century history of the Puerto Rican labor movement with this first scholarly treatment of labor-management relations on the island. While the United States mainland and Latin America have influenced labor relations in Puerto Rico, significant legal, political, economic, and social factors are unique to the region, and the author offers a c Hernández-Díaz documents the 20th-century history of the Puerto Rican labor movement with this first scholarly treatment of labor-management relations on the island.

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Are you sure you want to remove Labor-management relations in Puerto Rico during the twentieth century from your list? Labor-management relations in Puerto Rico during the twentieth century. Arleen Hernández-Díaz. Published 2006 by University Press of Florida in Gainesville, FL. Written in English.

LaborManagement Relations in Puerto Rico During the Twentieth Century by Arleen HernándezDíaz

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The distinction in Puerto Rico between slave and free was not a very sharp one, not because slaves were . 41 Bergad confesses to a ‘nagging’ doubt about the implications of this aspect of agrarian relations for his general thesis. Rural Proletarianization’, p. 98.

The distinction in Puerto Rico between slave and free was not a very sharp one, not because slaves were treated well but because non-slaves were treated badly.

New Directions in Puerto Rican Studies Arleen Hernandez-Diaz.

New Directions in Puerto Rican Studies. By (author) Jorge L Chinea. Chinea examines the social, economic, and political impact of foreign immigrants in Puerto Rico during its transition from subsistence farming and ranching in the late 18th century to commercial agriculture during the first half of the 19th century. Arleen Hernandez-Diaz.

Puerto Rican literature evolved from the art of oral story telling to its present-day status. Written works by the native islanders of Puerto Rico were prohibited and repressed by the Spanish colonial government. Only those who were commissioned by the Spanish Crown to document the chronological history of the island were allowed to write.