Mexico's Labor Movement in Transition

Authors

  • Dan La Botz

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-057-02-2005-06_7

Keywords:

Labor

Abstract

The Mexican labor movement has been undergoing a profound transformation in the last ten years, the result of twenty years of neoliberal economic policies and the transformation of the Mexican one-party state. A new independent labor movement has emerged which has not only broken with the old state-controlled labor-relations system, but has also put itself forward as the leader of the social movements, and, at the moment, appears as a real political force that can challenge the government

Published

2005-06-07

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Section

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