The contradictions of class and ideology among Argentine laborers and employees

Ranis, Peter
December 1991
Studies in Comparative International Development;Winter91, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p3
Academic Journal
Compares Argentine trade union laborers' and employees' notions of class and ideology. Variety of social-democratic, liberal and conservative values and attitudes carried by the Argentine working class; Peronism as the ideological anchor of many workers; Impact of historical connections, cultural outlooks and educational levels on their views of democracy and sense of class.


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