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The Social and Political Evolution of the Chilean Clientelism

by Juan Rolando Monroy* The Chilean clientelism is rooted in the evolution of the country political system from 1831-1861. Clientelism was managed by a group of landowners, a conservative ruling class, which created an authoritarian system, without interferences of military caudillos. From … Continue reading

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New Roles for the Trade Unions in Neoliberal and Globalized World

In many countries, unions have engaged in numerous strategies to halt or reverse their decline—such as mergers with other unions—and developed new services to become attractive to potential members. This article “New Roles for the Trade Unions: Five Lines of Action … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King: “All Labor Has Dignity”

“We need an economic bill of rights. This would guarantee a job to all people who want to work and are able to work. It would also guarantee an income for all who are not able to work.” (Martin Luther … Continue reading

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