Labor - Latin America
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Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1976. viii+285p., footnotes, selected bibliography, index, very good first edition in dj. The literary generation of 1938 set the stage for the presidency of Salvador Allende; Guzman, of that generation, was considered a 'prolaterian novelist.' In Spain, Cela said he was the Chilean writer he.....
San Francisco & Berkeley: Suzanne C. Levine & Chardon Press, 1996. xx, 56p., 9.25x6.5 inches oblong, foreword, introduction, essays, resources, about the photographer, illustrated with b&w and color plates from photos, text in English and Spanish, very good first edition in pictorial wraps.
Sao Paulo: uncredited [the photographer, or a trade association], 1938. Pamphlet. 16p., softbound pamphlet in 8.5x8 inch stapled self-wraps, fullpage captioned photographic studies throughout reproduced in sepia rotogravure, three of which cleverly-composed collages. The absence of publishing information suggests the item was issued with a coverleaf, now lost. The staples.....
University of Wyoming, 2000. 268p., line-map section, recto-only photocopied texts on 11x8.5 standard leaves under professionally-printed cover sheet and plastic comb binding. A little edgeworn, entirely clean and sound. A multitude of short pieces and excerpts.n. Reading for Spring semember 2000.
Mexico City: SUTINEN, 1972-74. Nine issues of the newsletter, 8 to 12 pages per issue; numbers present are 4, 11/12, 13-15, 17, 18 (this issue badly worn), an unnumbered issue, and no. 21. In 1974 the organizational name changed to SUTERM. Not found in OCLC as of May 2019. Published.....
Mexico: Confederacion Trabajadores de America-Latina, 1944. 30p., 5x7.5 inches, stapled red wraps, author frontis-photo. Somewhat edgeworn and dust-soiled, with a couple of short closed tears. Booklet introducing a brief history of the Latin American Labor movement in general and the aims and goals of the C.T.A.L. in particular.