ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The author would like to give a special thanks to the following people for reviewing an earlier draft of this paper and giving me thoughtful comments: Juan DeLara, UCLA Labor Center for Research and Education; Matina Ramirez-Aguilar, Institute Nacional de Salud Publica in Cuernevaca, Mexico; and Tom O’Connor, Coordinator of the National Committees on Occupational Safety and Health (COSH) Network.

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