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Artisans sought to obtain effective political representation and tariff protection for their industries. Unskilled workers, joined by wage laborers, expressed concerns about the rate of pay, housing conditions, the price of food, and other quotidian issues. Industriales, a new segment of the labor force, shared an interest in tariff protection and political influence with artisans. Each of these groups had different socioeconomic interests and assumed distinct political stances, although small producers continued their socioeconomic and political prominence.
43. Sowell, Early Colombian Labor Movement, 144-145,148, 44. La Gaceta Republicans, July 5, 21, 24, 27, 29, 1911; El Tiempo, July 22, 25, 1911; El Dia Noticioso, July 22,25,27,1911; Colombia, July 8,1911; La Unidad, July 27,1911; El Liberal, July 25,1911; Comentarios, July 21,1911. 45. M,bor Movement, 56-59; Rene de la Pedraja Toman, "Colombia," in Latin American Labor Organizations, ed. : Greenwood Press, 1987), 181. 46. El Correo Liberal, March 14,1919; La Gaceta Republicana, March 14,1919. 47.
16. El Artista, July 11,1908. All newspaper citations are from Bogota. 17. David Sowell, The Early Colombian Labor Movement: Artisans and Politics in Bogota, 1830-1919 (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1992), 145; Union Industrial, August 21, 1909; El Resumen, March 1,1913. 18. , 58. 19. Bergquist, Labor in Latin America, 275-276. 20. For a discussion of nineteenth-century artisanal ideology, see Sowell, Early Colombian Labor Movement, chap. 4. 21. Luis Ospina Vasquez, Industria y protection en Colombia, 1810-1930 (Medellin: FAES, 1987), 264-269,303-314.
Cities Of Hope: People, Protests, And Progress In Urbanizing Latin America, 1870-1930 by Ronn F Pineo, James A Baer