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Argentine Workers: Peronism and Contemporary Class Consciousness (Pitt Latin American Studies)by Peter Ranis
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Argentine Workers provides an insightful analysis of the complex combination of values and attitudes exhibited by workers in a heavily unionized, industrially developing country, while also ascertaining their political beliefs. By analyzing empirical data, Ranis describes what workers think about their unions, employers, private and foreign enterprise, the economy, the state, privatization, landowners, politics, the military, the “dirty war” and the “disappeared,” the Montonero guerillas, the church, popular culture and leisure pursuits, and their personal lives and ambitions.
An insightful analysis of the complex combination of values and attitudes exhibited by Argentine workers in a heavily unionized, industrially developing country, while also ascertaining their political beliefs.
About the Author
Peter Ranis is professor emeritus of political science at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
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