5 edition of Mexican mining industry, 1890-1950 found in the catalog.
Mexican mining industry, 1890-1950
Marvin D. Bernstein
Bibliography: p. 377-394.
|Statement||by Marvin D. Bernstein.|
|LC Classifications||HD9506.M6 B4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 412 p.|
|Number of Pages||412|
|LC Control Number||64018628|
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An economic history of the Mexican mining industry. Although this study is largely an economic history of the Mexican mining industry from the end of the nineteenth to the middle of the twentieth centuries, it gives perspective to the development problems of this foreign-owned industry against the background of Mexican national growth and political change.
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The thematization of being in terms of the discontinuity of the territory ultimately compels the bodies of the dwellers to unfold, to double themselves, to become other than themselves. Marvin D. Bernstein, The Mexican Mining Industry, (Yellow Springs, Ohio: Antioch Press, ). A comprehensive history of mining in Mexico including some on Peñoles, little or nothing on railroads.
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Otis E. Young, Jr., shifts the focus from the entrepeneur to the mines. 75(4, Part 1), pp. – First Page | PDF (62 KB) | Permissions The Mexican Mining Industry, A Study of the Interaction of Politics, Economics and Technology. Bernstein, Marvin D. () The Mexican Mining Industry – The State University of New York, Stony Brook, New York.
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18 Marvin D. Bernstein, The Mexican Mining Industry -(Albany, N. Y: State University of New York, ), 19 Bernstein, 20 González Cruz, 21 Romero Gil refers to the two companies as those of Tinoco and Eustanquil Valle, and Eisenmann and Müller, For history, see The Guggenheims: The Making of an American Dynasty, by Harvey O'Conner (Covici Friede, ; republished by Arno Press, ); The Guggenheims: an American Epic, by John H.
Davis (New York: William Morrow, ) and The Mexican Mining Industry,by Marvin D. Bernstein. GUIZHOU COALFIELD. Guizhou, China. For instance, he notes from a book on the The Mexican Mining Industry, – that Mexican mineworkers had: “[a] lack of initiative, [an] inability to save, absences while celebrating too many holidays, [a] willingness to work for only three or four days a week if that paid for necessities, [and] an insatiable desire for alcohol.
Mexican mineworkers as “indolent and childlike people” because they lacked discipline. For instance, he notes from a book on the The Mexican Mining Industry, - that Mexican mineworkers had: “[a] lack of initiative, [an] inability to save, absences while celebrating too many.
The Mexican Mining Industry A Study of the Interaction of Politics, Economics, and Technology. Bernstein, Marvin D Albany NY: State University of New York Press SUNY, Mexico's economic history has been characterized since the colonial era by resource extraction, agriculture, and a relatively underdeveloped industrial sector.
Economic elites in the colonial period were predominantly Spanish born, active as transatlantic merchants and silver mine owners and diversi. Mexican History: | | | | Part of ||a series|| on the | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most.
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