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The rise of the Mexican labor movement =

Retinger, J. H.

The rise of the Mexican labor movement =

Morones of Mexico

by Retinger, J. H.

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Published by Documentary Publications in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Morones, Luis N., -- 1890-1964,
  • Labor and laboring classes -- Mexico,
  • Labor unions -- Mexico -- Officials and employees -- Biography,
  • Statesmen -- Mexico -- Biography,
  • Labor unions -- Mexico -- History,
  • Labor unions -- Mexico -- Political activity

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMorones of Mexico
    Statementby J.H. Retinger.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD6532.5M67 R48 1976
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, xvi, 107 p.
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20955192M

    But this is not a falling back into a state without class consciousness; it is the preparation for a new building of forces on a new foundation, in order to bring the solution of the question within the scope of their forces. The "movement of labor", i. The development to absolute dominance on the part of monopoly capital is a fact, and the abolition of democracy no less, even though various possibilities stand open as to the manner and means by which this is brought about. Critics of the book point out the Aztec dancer, while indicative of 14th century Mexico, has nothing to do with Mexican Americans.

    The regional Order of the Knights of St. We are indulging no illusions that the working class is moving straight ahead toward the mastery of its own forces. And yet the working class is bound to fight out this mighty conflict, because it can not be evaded and there is no other power which can do it. New and still more frightful catastrophes appear on the horizon.

    The task is enormously great, but it will yet finally be mastered by the inexhaustible energy of the working masses, for only thus is the way prepared which leads to the emancipation of the working class. And it is only then, when the working class has its own class forces thus in hand, only then is it in a position also to conduct and administer the forces of society. The Knights believed in the unity of the interests of all producing groups and sought to enlist in their ranks not only all laborers but everyone who could be truly classified as a producer. By far the largest number were in the building trades, followed far behind by coal miners. Just as today no great arguments are engaged in any more when the question is one of setting up posts for the purpose of capturing strike breakers, because it "goes without saying", so the masses draw to themselves all functions of the social life, without advising long on the matter. We are indulging no illusions that the working class is moving straight ahead toward the mastery of its own forces.


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When the old organizations can not and will not conduct the class struggle, then they want to set up new organizations which can The rise of the Mexican labor movement = book the job.

The labor force participation rate of single women peaked in World War II and then declined as large numbers of them pursued higher education.

He was concerned about the improvement of education, establishing new schools and workshops. For the present, it still appears in the form of small illegal propaganda groups which turn up here and there, are of varying opinion on a great number of practical and theoretical questions and for the moment will no doubt remain so.

I spoke with Dunbar and she was upset about the coverage her textbook had received. It does not exist as a living, active being until it comes into motion and to the consciousness of itself.

For this reason also the carrying out of communism is at the same time the carrying out of workers' democracy. It was never her intent, she told me, to write a book that offended people. All the bourgeois professors on earth, even when they are combined into a "brain trust", can not do away with the all-mastering opposition between Capital and Labor.

Anyone who today fights for democratic rights is trying to turn the clock of history backward, just as did the hand weavers a century ago when they stormed the factories in order to smash the machines.

Yet that is not the case. In the early s, the labor force participation rate of single women began a steady rise to nearly 70 percent by see chart at upper left. This development is a development to Fascism and National Socialism; it is unavoidable in the wake of monopoly capital.

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This phraseology is obviously in The rise of the Mexican labor movement = book with the thinking of broad masses. For with the elimination of the quest for profit and hence also of the capital character of the productive forces, the whole circulation of social goods is brought into other channels, while all relations of human beings among each other assume new forms.

The Social Democracy on the other hand, had indeed a language borrowed from Marxism -- the science of the class struggle -- but their whole theory and practice has finally the "people's partnership" as its central point. Bernardo Reyes — An important step was the creation of a federal department of labor, limited the workday to 10 hours, and set in place regulations on women's and children's labor.

More of either and Americans are much more likely to turn out to vote. But as a class which lives on surplus value they can form no auxiliary force where, with the introduction of new laws of motion for social production, the source of surplus value itself is done away with.

The "democratic rights" -- right to vote, right to organize, freedom of assembly, etc. The postwar labor movement was not without its fights, however. Democracy is not in place in a society where capital is concentrated in a few hands.

Fascism is neither able nor wants to solve this problem, and will accordingly, after it has shown its true face in this decisive question also, be overcome by the masses themselves.

This too is very well known to the great mass, which knows equally well that as yet there is present no spiritual bond, no vital principle by which the millions are thrown as a unit into the struggle.Some of her early victories included lobbying for voting rights for Mexican Americans as well as for the right of every American to take the written driver’s test in a native language.

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