Document Type

Article

Abstract

Article explores worker strikes in the Mexican copper industry, incorporating elemetns of both traditional interpretations, emphasizing the activities as precursor to the Mexican Revolution, and revisionist interpretations presenting the strikes as industrial disputes without revolutionary pretensions.

Publication Date

10-1-1994

Original Citation

Michael J. Gonzales "United States Copper Companies, the State, and Labour Conflict in Mexico, 1900-1910" Journal of Latin American Studies, Vol. XXVI, Part 3 (October 1994), pp. 651-683.

Legacy Department

Center for Latino and Latin American Studies

ISSN

0022-216X

Language

eng

Publisher

Cambridge University Press

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