Table of contents for Urban protest in Mexico and Brazil / Kathleen Bruhn.
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1. Riding the tiger: urban protest and political parties; 2. Setting the stage: research design, case selection, and methods; 3. The limits of loyalty; 4. A union born out of struggles: the union of municipal public servants of Sao Paulo (SINDSEP); 5. Partisan loyalty and corporatist control: the unified union of workers of the government of the federal district (SUTGDF); 6. Clients or citizens? Neighborhood associations in Mexico City; 7. Favelas and corticos: neighborhood organizing in Sao Paulo; 8. The dynamics of protest.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Protest movements -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- Case studies.
Protest movements -- Brazil -- Säao Paulo -- Case studies.
Municipal officials and employees -- Labor unions -- Latin America -- Political activity -- Cross-cultural studies.
Citizens' associations -- Latin America -- Cross-cultural studies.
Political parties -- Mexico -- Mexico City.
Political parties -- Brazil -- Säao Paulo.
Mexico City (Mexico) -- Politics and government.
Säao Paulo (Brazil) -- Politics and government.