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Master Thesis

Sugar Cane Labor in Hawai'i: the Imported Grassroots of the Island Life Standards

Abstract : So as to complete the historiographical survey of Hawai‘i in which constituted my M1 work, this other essay will concern itself with exposing some of the main traits relevant to the combining of the original field laborers, mostly immigrants to Hawai‘i, into organized work unions. As a result, this sense of presenting the Hawaiian society as an offset, compound one, is also going to contribute to the framework of this M2 work. It had once even a greater relevance, as corporate American interests were making their first attempts at challenging the preexisting social frameworks of the Hawaiian monarchy.
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Jean-Philippe Ray. Sugar Cane Labor in Hawai'i: the Imported Grassroots of the Island Life Standards. Humanities and Social Sciences. 2021. ⟨dumas-03367841⟩



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