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SCODELLER, Gabriela. Model to Assemble: Conceptions on Development and Self-management in Latin American Unionism with a Christian Social Orientation in the 1970s. Secuencia [online]. 2021, n.110, e1745.  Epub June 04, 2021. ISSN 2395-8464.

The article seeks to review the conception of development and economic organization present in Latin American trade unionism with a Christian Social orientation in the decades in which, torn between the Cuban Revolution and the Alliance for Progress, the various social actors of the region were not exempt from debates on development. We are interested in analyzing the self-management proposal put forward by the Central Latinoamericana de Trabajadores (CLAT) as a response, which combines features of their doctrinal tradition with the Yugoslavian tradition, while appealing to other experiences from both Europe and the region.

Keywords : Latin America; 1970s; christian unionism; self-management; union training.

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