Dark Sweat, White Gold: California Farm Workers, Cotton, and by Devra Weber PDF

By Devra Weber

ISBN-10: 0520084896

ISBN-13: 9780520084896

ISBN-10: 0520207106

ISBN-13: 9780520207103

In her incisive research of the shaping of California's agricultural workforce, Devra Weber indicates how the cultural historical past of Mexican and, later, Anglo-American staff, mixed with the constitution of capitalist cotton creation and New Deal politics, forging a brand new kind of exertions relatives. She will pay specific realization to Mexican box employees and their prepared struggles, together with the well-known moves of 1933.

Weber's perceptive exam of the relationships among financial constitution, human company, and the nation, in addition to her discussions of the an important position of girls in either Mexican and Anglo working-class existence, make her publication a useful contribution to exertions, agriculture, Chicano, Mexican, and California history.

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