Santiago: Departamento de Ciencias Históricas Universidad de Chile, (Cuadernos de Historia, 21), 2001. First edition. Staplebound. pp. 119-182p., wrps. Fine. Item #188721
Article on the historiography of the movement, which is synthesized in Jorge Barría's concept of "heroic stage", explores the reception and the answers given by the popular and popular movement to the problematic and incisive policies of legislative reform and cooptation that, stammering first, more secure and decided afterwards, to form the political elite. This work -includes also the mechanisms of reconciliation and arbitration. It addresses the debates, contradictions and crossroads faced by the movement of workers in the face of the first proposals of social legislation in the wake of the 20th century.