This article examines Frank Tannenbaum's engagement with Mexico in the crucial years following the Revolution of 1910-1920 and his first visit to the country in 1922. Invited - and feted - by the government and its powerful labor allies, Tannenbaum soon expanded his initial interest in organized labor and produced a stream of work dealing with trade unions, peasants, Indians, politics, and education - work that described and often justified the social program of the Revolution, and that, rath...Expand abstract
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