7 edition of Labor-management relations in Puerto Rico during the twentieth century found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||New directions in Puerto Rican studies|
|LC Classifications||HD8234 .H47 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005058237|
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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 Author: Arleen Hernández-Díaz.
Labor-Management Relations in Puerto Rico during the Twentieth Century (New Directions in Puerto Rican Studies) by Hernández-Díaz, Arleen.
University Press of Florida Book: Labor-Management Relations in Puerto Rico during the Twentieth Century. Contributors: Arleen Hernández-Díaz. ISBN Numbers: Subject(s): Latin American - Political Science. Provides the documentation of the 20th-century history of the Puerto Rican labor movement with a scholarly treatment of labor-management relations on the island.
This book offers a comprehensive analysis of the similarities and differences between the US and Puerto Rican systems. Review: A. Hernández-Díaz's Labor-Management Relations in Puerto Rico During the Twentieth Century.
/ Bucheli, Marcelo. In: Bulletin of Latin American Research, Vol. 27, No. 3,p. Research output: Contribution to journal › Book/Film/Article reviewCited by: 1. Labor-Management Relations in Puerto Rico During the Twentieth Century - by Arleen Hernández-Díaz.
Labor-Management Relations in Puerto Rico During the Twentieth Century - by Arleen Hernández-Díaz Article in Bulletin of Latin American Research 27(3) July with 6 ReadsAuthor: Marcelo Bucheli.
This book is a very good introduction to Puerto Rico on the political, social & economic levels. It is cleat that effort was made not to tilt in favor of one political status over another. It is necessary to use other sources to deal with the colonial situation, but it is a good primer/5(29).
Increased sugarcane production was a second major trend that shaped Puerto Rican life between and mid-century. During the last decades of the eighteenth century and throughout most of the nineteenth, Spain promoted an export-based agrarian Puerto Rican economy, centering on the production of sugarcane, coffee, and tobacco, that served to finance and support its military troops on.
However, while the transfer led to dramatic socioeconomic transformation, Puerto Ricans' dreams of political and economic development faded during the first three decades of the twentieth century.
The promises of self-government and better conditions for Puerto Rico had to wait almost fifty years. America's empire expanded dramatically following the Spanish-American War of The United States quickly annexed the Philippines and Puerto Rico, seized control over Cuba and the Panama Canal Zone, and extended political and financial power throughout Latin America.
This age of empire, Benjamin Allen Coates argues, was also an age of international law. The economy. Puerto Rico’s economy, now based on services and manufacturing, was dominated by agriculture until the midth century. Under Spanish colonial rule the island was largely neglected because of its limited mineral resources.
However, the harbour at San Juan prospered as a major link in Spain’s oceanic trade routes. Over a century ago, the U.S. prevented Puerto Rico from gaining autonomy. In FebruaryPuerto Ricans had a lot to celebrate. After centuries of Author: Becky Little.
Puerto Rico's literature dates back to the era of conquest and colonization. The early settlers, along with friars and governors, began to describe the new land they had discovered and its Taíno inhabitants. Their letters and documents provide clues to what life was.
This article is part of a series on the. politics and government of. Puerto Rico. The Independence Movement in Puerto Rico refers to initiatives by inhabitants throughout the history of Puerto Rico to obtain full political independence for the island, first from the Spanish Empire, from to and, sincefrom the United ations: Boricua Popular Army, Cadets of the.
In Puerto Rican Citizen, Lorrin Thomas for the first time unravels the many tensions—historical, racial, political, and economic—that defined the experience of this. Labor Management Relations in Puerto Rico During the Twentieth Century.
Gainsville, Florida: University Press of Florida. Bibliografía sugerida: Aleman, J. Labor Relations in New Democracies: East Asia, Latin America and Labor-Management Relations: Strikes.
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Puerto Rico during the second half of the twentieth century. First, was a major wave of Cuban exile immigration to Puerto Rico and several other Spanish-speaking countries, and to the states of Florida and New Jersey propelled by the Cuban Revolution. Thousands of Cuban exiles settled in Puerto Rico in the early s.
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Program for deporting Mexicans during depression of the s. Operation Wetback. In the early 20th century- US policy toward Puerto Rico was an attempt at 1/4. percentage of Puerto Ricans that live in NY.Puerto Rico’s strategic location overshadowed its economic significance “extermination,” would be used by many Puerto Ricans throughout the twentieth century.
“small” mentality by articulating the metaphor of the “gateway” and thus defining the island in terms of its relations to the Antilles.
It .Pioneer twentieth century hometown and social clubs, mutual aid societies and political, professional and social-cultural groups bridged the gap between associations that hinged on Antillean independence and those that followed in the wake of the new political order: the colonization of Puerto Rico .