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9788433101648 - Jaime CASANOVAS CASANOVAS: ORGANIZACIÓN DE LA COORDINACIÓN ENTRE LA EGB Y LA ENSEÑANZA MEDIA
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Jaime CASANOVAS CASANOVAS (?):

ORGANIZACIÓN DE LA COORDINACIÓN ENTRE LA EGB Y LA ENSEÑANZA MEDIA (1982) (?)

Entrega de: España

ISBN: 9788433101648 (?) o 8433101641, en Español, Escuela Española, Utiliza

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Del vendedor/anticuario, Librería Maestro Gozalbo
Práctica educativa Ensayo. Justifiación y propósito de esta obra; ¿qué se debe coordinar y quién debe hacerlo?; ¿cómo organizar la coordinación?; etc. 132 pág 18x11 cm, Tapa blanda, Etiqueta: Escuela Española, Escuela Española, Grupo de producto: Libro, Publicado: 1982, Estudio: Escuela Española
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Datos de 04/04/2017 17:35h
ISBN (Notaciones alternativas): 84-331-0164-1, 978-84-331-0164-8
9780822940708 - Bread or Bullets!
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Bread or Bullets! (?)

ISBN: 9780822940708 (?) o 0822940701, en inglés, University of Pittsburgh Press, United States of America, Nuevo

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Bread, or Bullets! is the first thoroughly documented history of organized labor in nineteenth-century Cuba. Based on research in libraries and archives in Cuba, Spain, the United States, and the Netherlands, it focuses on how urban laborers joined together in collective action during the transition from slave to free labor and in the last decades of Spanish colonial rule in Cuba. Nineteenth-century Cuban colonial society and the slavery system sharply divided Cuba's inhabitants by race and origin. This deeply affected the labor movement that started in the late 1850s, as it became difficult to mobilize workers with common interests across these diverse ranks. Paradoxically, this also drove the workers to build class ties across divisions of origin, race, and degrees of freedom. This formed the basis for developing collective action, in the 1860s, the labor movement, under the leadership of white creoles and Spaniards, called peninsulares, joined the reformist movement of the creole bourgeoisie. The outbreak of the Ten Years' War in 1868 created an extremely repressive atmosphere for labor that forced thousands of Cuban workers to flee to the United States. After the peace treaty of El Zanjon in 1878. the workers who returned and those who had remained used their experience to rebuild the Cuban labor movement at an impressive pace. This common goal led Cuban workers to fight continuously against divisions along racial and ethnic lines and to replace their moderate unionist and strongly pro-Spanish leadership with anarchists. The end of slavery accelerated the evolution of Cuban politics and the expansion of the labor movement. Spain's shift toward reactionary colonial policies in1890 halted this process and accentuated anticolonial sentiment among the popular classes. This helped the left wing of the separatist movement, led by Josh Marti, to launch the War of Independence in 1895 with strong working-class support. Bread, or Bullets! is an important work for anyone.
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9780822940708 - Casanovas, Joan: Bread, Or Bullets! : Urban Labor and Spanish Colonialism in Cuba, 1850-1898 (Pitt Latin American)
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Casanovas, Joan (?):

Bread, Or Bullets! : Urban Labor and Spanish Colonialism in Cuba, 1850-1898 (Pitt Latin American) (1999) (?)

ISBN: 9780822940708 (?) o 0822940701, en inglés, University of Pittsburgh Press, U.S.A. tapa dura, Utiliza, primera edición

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Fine. No Jacket, Bound in brown cloth, stamped in green. Tight, clean presumably unread copy of this 320 pp. book on Urban Labor in Cuba in the 19th Century. [QTY:1]
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Datos de 10/03/2017 06:16h
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9780822940708 - Casanovas, Joan: Bread, Or Bullets! : Urban Labor and Spanish Colonialism in Cuba, 1850-1898 (Pitt Latin American)
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Casanovas, Joan (?):

Bread, Or Bullets! : Urban Labor and Spanish Colonialism in Cuba, 1850-1898 (Pitt Latin American) (1999) (?)

ISBN: 9780822940708 (?) o 0822940701, en inglés, University of Pittsburgh Press, tapa dura, Nuevo

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Great customer service. You will be happy! Hardcover
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ISBN (Notaciones alternativas): 0-8229-4070-1, 978-0-8229-4070-8
9780822940708 - Joan Casanovas: Bread Or Bullets!
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Joan Casanovas (?):

Bread Or Bullets! (2011) (?)

ISBN: 9780822940708 (?) o 0822940701, en inglés, University of Pittsburgh Press, tapa dura, Nuevo

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9780822940708 - Joan Casanovas: Bread, or Bullets!: Urban Labor and Spanish Colonialism in Cuba, 1850-1898 (Pitt Latin American)
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Joan Casanovas (?):

Bread, or Bullets!: Urban Labor and Spanish Colonialism in Cuba, 1850-1898 (Pitt Latin American) (1999) (?)

ISBN: 9780822940708 (?) o 0822940701, en inglés, 340 páginas, University of Pittsburgh Press, tapa dura, Utiliza

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Bread, or Bullets! is the first thoroughly documented history of organized labor in nineteenth-century Cuba. Based on research in libraries and archives in Cuba, Spain, the United States, and the Netherlands, it focuses on how urban laborers joined together in collective action during the transition from slave to free labor and in the last decades of Spanish colonial rule in Cuba.Nineteenth-century Cuban colonial society and the slavery system sharply divided Cuba's inhabitants by race and origin. This deeply affected the labor movement that started in the late 1850s, as it became difficult to mobilize workers with common interests across these diverse ranks. Paradoxically, this also drove the workers to build class ties across divisions of origin, race, and degrees of freedom. This formed the basis for developing collective action, in the 1860s, the labor movement, under the leadership of white creoles and Spaniards, called peninsulares, joined the reformist movement of the creole bourgeoisie. The outbreak of the Ten Years' War in 1868 created an extremely repressive atmosphere for labor that forced thousands of Cuban workers to flee to the United States. After the peace treaty of El Zanjon in 1878. the workers who returned and those who had remained used their experience to rebuild the Cuban labor movement at an impressive pace.This common goal led Cuban workers to fight continuously against divisions along racial and ethnic lines and to replace their moderate unionist and strongly pro-Spanish leadership with anarchists. The end of slavery accelerated the evolution of Cuban politics and the expansion of the labor movement. Spain's shift toward reactionary colonial policies in1890 halted this process and accentuated anticolonial sentiment among the popular classes. This helped the left wing of the separatist movement, led by Josh Marti, to launch the War of Independence in 1895 with strong working-class support.Bread, or Bullets! is an important work for anyone interested in understanding Cuban society, Spanish colonialism, and labor relations in Latin America. Hardcover, Label: University of Pittsburgh Press, University of Pittsburgh Press, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 1999-01, Studio: University of Pittsburgh Press, Verkaufsrang: 6845047
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Datos de 10/03/2017 06:16h
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