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Avances del Cesor

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GUTIERREZ, Florencia. Workers’ demands, entrepreneurial resistance and state positioning regarding rights construction: Tucumán, 1946-1955. Av. Cesor [online]. 2018, vol.15, n.19, pp.49-70. ISSN 1514-3899.

In Tucuman, the Peronist government questioned the private and assistentialism-oriented conception of housing and health care of workers. This conception was historically advocated by the sugar businessmen. The government tried to step forward, not without difficulties, with those sensitive social problems. In a context dominated by the tutelary and regulatory role of the national State in agro-industry, plus the advance of workers’ unionization and the recognition of unprecedented labour rights, the district government took into account the matters related to worker medical assistance and housing. These regulations were transformed into rights guaranteed by the sugar businessmen. However, the new political conjuncture, while encouraged new questionings and proposals, also established its limits and possibilities. In summary, the objective of this article is to analyze how, in the period studied, worker health and housing were discussed in terms of rights and in what way the definition of of the industry sector as a guarantor of them placed strain on the assistentialism conceptions of the sugar businessmen and placed questioning on the social obligations of the Peronist State.

Palabras clave : Health; Housing; Peronism; Tucumán.

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