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Nov 20, 2014 · Inequality continues to be the topic of discussion around the world and especially in Latin America. It is not surprising that Latin American educational

If the last Friday in April was a work day for you in São Paulo, Brazil, you might not have made it into the office. Public sector unions crippled train, metro, and

About the Latin America Advisor. The Inter-American Dialogue publishes the Latin America Advisor every business day for a distinguished membership of informed

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Union growth and decline comparisons. In the mid-1950s, 36% of the United States labor force was unionized. At America’s union peak in the 1950s, union membership was

The AFL-CIO is a democratically governed federation of 55 unions, each with its own distinct membership and unique voice. Our members have come together to build and

Latin America is a group of countries and dependencies in the Americas where Spanish and Portuguese are predominant. The term originated in 19th century France as

Latin America mining news. Explore related Latin America articles for more information on the Latin America mining industry.

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history of Latin America – New order emerging, 1910-45: The advances in economic growth and political stabilization that were evident in most of Latin America by the

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history of Latin America: history of the region from the pre-Columbian period and including colonization by the Spanish and Portuguese beginning in the 15th century

Research covered in this publication will be included in the 12th edition of EPI’s The State of Working America, which will be released on Tuesday, September 11.

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