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Contact Admin. To browse Academia. Skip to main content. You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. Log In Sign Up. Company towns and peripheral cities in the Chilean copper industry: Potrerillos and Pueblo Hundido, s.
It also analyses how the periphery both challenged the hegemonic dreams of planned communities and became a safety valve to release tensions from the camps. The argument escalated into a massive brawl, more than 20 people described as drunk were involved, the police interfered and the Andes Copper employee was taken to the company hospital in Potrerillos. I had the pleasure to share a panel with Eduardo Elena, Teresa Meade and Anton Rosenthal, all of whom provided helpful suggestions and questions.
I also wish to thank Phillip J. Ethington for encouraging me to write this article and offering invaluable comments at all stages of this project and the two anonymous reviewers.
La Verdad, 25 May ; 22 May ; 12 Mar. There were no empty restaurants or hotels in Pueblo Hundido, and most people were sleeping next to the railway station. Despite the problems that this migration brought, local residents celebrated the return of Andes Copper, seeing it as a sign of prosperity. Andes Copper Company, a subsidiary of Anaconda Copper Company, purchased the mine of Potrerillos in and obtained substantial concessions from the Chilean government.
Marcosson, Anaconda New York, ; and R. Ffrench-Davis and E. Tironi eds. In the case and period under study, Potrerillos was highly regulated, foreign capital was extremely powerful and both local authorities and the national state were weak.