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Coffee, society and power in Latin America / edited by William Roseberry, Lowell Gudmundson and Mario Samper Kutschbach.

By: Roseberry, William C
Contributor(s): Gudmundson, Lowell | Samper Kutschbach, Mario
Language: English Publisher: Baltimore, London : Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995.Description: xiii, 304p. : maps, tables ; 23cm.ISBN: 0801848873
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Includes bibl. notes. - Contents: "From plantation to cup": coffee and capitalism in the US, 1830-1930 / Michael F. Jiménez; The labors of coffee in Latin America / V. Stolcke; Coffee and the rise of commercial agriculture in Puerto Rico's highlands / Fernando Picó; Peasant, farmer, proletarian: class formation in small-holder coffee economy / L. Gudmundson; In difficult times: Colombian and Costa Rican coffee growers from prosperity to crisis / M. Samper Kutschbach; Labor system and collective action in a coffee export sector: São Paulo / M.A. Font; Wage labor, free labor and vagrancy laws: the transition to capitalism in Guatemala / D. McCreery; Indians, communists and peasants: the 1932 rebellion in El Salvador / H. Pérez Brignoli; At the banquet of civilization: the limits of planter hegemony in early 20th century Colombia / M.F. Jiménez.