Work and Conflict in the Meat-packing Industry, 1900–30

  • Mirta Zaida Lobato
Part of the St Antony’s Series book series


Workers in the meat-packing industry have only occasionally earned the attention of historians of Argentina’s labour movement. Written from partisan ideological standpoints, previous labour histories focused on institutions, and ignored sectors which remained unorganised or impermeable to their ideological leanings.2 Only when workers backed Peron did they attract the attention of researchers.3


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  • Mirta Zaida Lobato

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