Radical History Review: Volume 59
This issue examines Latin American labour, and includes coverage of topics such as: the organization amongst San Marcos coffee workers during Guatemala's National Revolution 1944-1954; the myth of the history of Chile - the Araucanians; and the representation of class and populism in Sao Paolo.
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