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285–86. chapter 3 Cuban Nationalism and Responses to Private Education in Cuba, 1902–1958 Laurie Johnston INTRODUCTION Cuban nationalism is a central theme in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Cuban history. Nationalist ambitions and frustrations provide important clues to understanding the republican period of 1902–1958, the bridge between Spanish colony and revolutionary government. Nationalism has tended to be examined within the context of the influence of the United States and the problems posed by a dependent economy.
In contrast to Bergquist, DeShazo maintains that the workers of Santiago and Valparaíso rather than nitrate miners were the driving force of the organized labor movement in early twentieth-century Chile. Nevertheless, a major role was played by the portworkers amongst whom anarcho-syndicalism was highly influential. 46. Such was the case following the assassination of the Buenos Aires police chief Ramón Falcón by the young Russian immigrant Simón Radowitzky in November 1909. La Protesta, Buenos Aires, 16 January 1910.
5. J. O. Morris, Elites, Intellectuals and Consensus. A Study of the Social Question and the Industrial Relations System in Chile (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1966), p. 113. 6. E. P. Thompson, The Making of the English Working Class (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1968), pp. 9–10. 7. In “The Limitations of Ideology in the Early Argentine Labour Movement: Anarchism in the Trade Unions, 1890–1920,” Journal of Latin American Studies 16:1 (1984), Ruth Thompson argues forcefully against the assumption that the union rank and file shared the views of the leaders.