Citizenship, Labour Markets, and Democratization: Chile and the Modern Sequence (review)

@article{Drake2003CitizenshipLM,
  title={Citizenship, Labour Markets, and Democratization: Chile and the Modern Sequence (review)},
  author={Paul W. Drake},
  journal={Hispanic American Historical Review},
  year={2003},
  volume={83},
  pages={604 - 605}
}
  • P. Drake
  • Published 1 August 2003
  • Economics
  • Hispanic American Historical Review
pean), but lingering racial stereotypes and derogatory terms (chilote) hindered full assimilation. Argentina’s neglect of the border area allowed the development of a “borderland” identity. Diego Escolar makes a compelling case for the shift of identities from Chilean to Argentinean in the town of Calingasta (San Juan). Before the 1940s, the town had an unmistakably Chilean flavor: its population, trade, festivities, memories, and even indigenous past harkened back to Chile. By the 1940s… Expand