Munck, Falcón, Galitelli. Argentina, from Anarchism to Peronism.

Biblioteca / 1980-1989

Ronaldo Munck, Ricardo Falcón, Bernardo Galitelli. Argentina. From Anarchism to Peronism: Workers, Unions and Politics, 1855-1985.

Londres/New Jersey: Zed Books, 1987. 275 páginas.

Ronaldo Munck (1951)

Ricardo Falcón (1945-2010)

CONTENTS

Preface

Introduction

1 – Artsians, Mutual-Aid Sicieties and Socialism (1855-1870)

2 – The First International in Argentina (1871-1876)

3 – The Formation of the Proletariat

4 – The Emergence of a Labour Movement (1877-1889)

5 – Immigrants, Anarchists and General Strikes (1900-1910)

6 – Political Reform and Labour Struggles (1911-1915)

7 – From the First World War to the Semana Trágica (1916-1921)

8 – The Russian Revolution in Argentina

9 – Syndicalists, Socialists and Communists (1922-1929)

10 – Labour Realignment and the Rise of Perón (1930-1944)

11 – Perón in Power and the Consolidation of the Trade Unions (1945-1955)

12 – Labour Resistence and Trade Union Bureaucracy (1956-1967)

13 – The Cordobazo and a “New” Working Class (1968-1972)

14 – The Return of Peronism and Labour Divided (1973-1976)

15 – Labour Recomposition and Trade Union Resistance (1976-1985)

16 – The Social History of Labour

17 – By Way of Conclusion

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