By Geoffroy de Laforcade, Kirwin R. Shaffer
“An vital contribution to a up to date development which sees anarchism no longer as derived from a eu middle yet as a real Latin American phenomenon.”—Bert Altena, coeditor of Reassessing the Transnational flip: Scales of study in Anarchist and Syndicalist Studies
“Thoughtful, well-researched, and well-written. As a set, this is going some distance to furthering our knowing not only of anarchism in Latin the US, yet of anarchism extra generally.”—Mark Leier, writer of Bakunin: The inventive Passion.
during this groundbreaking number of essays, anarchism in Latin the USA turns into even more than a prelude to populist and socialist events. The individuals illustrate a way more tremendous, differentiated, and lively anarchist presence within the area that advanced on simultaneous—transnational, nationwide, local, and local—fronts.
Representing a brand new wave of transnational scholarship, those essays study city and rural pursuits, indigenous resistance, race, gender, sexuality, and social and academic experimentation. they provide a number of views on anarchism’s position in shaping rules approximately nationalism, identification, geared up hard work, and counterculture throughout a large swath of Latin America.
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11. , 15. 12. Maximoff, Political Philosophy of Bakunin, 75. Cuban Cigar Makers in Havana, Key West, and Ybor City, 1850s–1890s · 45 13. , 55. 14. Fernandez, Cuban Anarchism, 19. 15. Alexander, A History of Organized Labor in Cuba, 10. 16. , 151. 17. El Obrero, July 11, 1883. 18. , 152. 19. Casanovas, “Pedro Esteve,” 62. 20. Alexander, A History of Organized Labor in Cuba, 10. 21. The newspaper maintained a close relationship with Barcelona’s El Productor. 22. El movimiento obrero cubano. 23. El Productor, September 22, 1892.
July 9, 1878. 38. , November 18, 1879. 39. For more on the strike, see the Cigar Makers’ Official Journal, December 10, 1879, and February 10, 1880; Tobacco Leaf, November 8, 1879; Weekly Floridian, November 18, 1879. 40. Poyo, “Cuban Patriots in Key West,” 26. 41. Socarrás, La Revolución de Yara, 25–26. 42. ” 43. Poyo, “Impact of Cuban and Spanish Workers,” 52. 44. Ibid. Also see Poyo’s, “Cuban Émigré Communities in the United States,” 78–105. 45. Poyo, “Cuban and Spanish Workers,” 54. 46. Cigar Makers’ Official Journal, February 10, 1880.
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