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Los hombres de la patronal a principios del siglo XX: Luis Ferrer-Vidal, José Sabadell y Félix Graupera

Soledad Bengoechea
Historia Social
No. 48 (2004), pp. 69-85
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40340894
Page Count: 17
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Abstract

El estudio versa sobre tres biografías empresariales y, principalmente, sobre las apuestas que estas figuras del mundo patronal diseñaron. Las tres biografías tienen varios puntos en común: pertenecen a unos empresarios que fueron referentes ante la opinión de los sectores acomodados y de orden, y por ello construyeron una determinada imagen de la patronal y del mundo del empresario. Los tres industrials tuvieron como objetivo erradicar la CNT y los tres fueron catalanes, pero sus propuestas tomaron una significatión española. Y en los tres casos las proposiciones que estos empresarios dibujaron (corporativismo católico, vertebración "moderna" de la patronal y "autodefensa" militante y combativa) tuvieron su mayor pujanza en la coyuntura semi-revolucionaria de 1919. /// This study presents the biographies of three significant entrepreneurs, mainly from the point of view of the respective proposals on employers' behaviour they designed. The three biographies have something in common: they belong to employers who were taken as a reference by well-off, order-looking, social sectors, which made they three appeared as builders of a given image of the employers' class and of the entrepreneurs' world at large. These three industrialist captains have as their common goal to eradicate the CNT; and all three were Catalans, but their proposals got a Spanish wide relevance. Another common feature is that the three respective proposals they drew up (i.e., Catholic corporativism, 'modern' organisation of employers class, and contesting and mobilising 'self-defence') have their major social relevance in the course of the 1919 semi-revolutionary period.

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