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State, Labor, Capital

Democratizing Class Relations in the Southern Cone


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State, Labor, Capital by Paul G Buchanan
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Organized labor has played a critical role in political transition away from authoritarianism in Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay. Buchanan views the institutional networks where these new governments strive to maintain democracy, focusing on the role of national labor administrations. This book argues that because democratic capitalist regimes are founded on a state-mediated class compromise, institutionalizing labor relations is a major concern. Institutions that foster equitable labor-management bargaining are at the foundation of workers' acquiescence to bourgeois rule.

Author Biography

Paul A. Buchanan is a former US security analyst and consultant, on leave from the University of Auckland.
Release date Australia
January 30th, 1996
Country of Publication
United States
University of Pittsburgh Press
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