INDEX
Page numbers in italics signify
illustrations.
Accountability politics, 157, 174, 187–88,
204. See also Leverage politics
Active citizenship, 179–80, 185–86, 199–
200, 202
afl-cio, 209
aip. See Apparel Industry Partnership
(aip)
Alegría, Claribel, 229 n.2
Alemán, Arnoldo: antifeminist agenda
of, 198–99; anti-labor policies of, 139–
40; Catholic Church and, 33, 35, 198;
creation of mifamilia and, 117, 198–
201; dissolution of inim and, 117–18;
government corruption and, 36–37;
neoliberalism and, 11, 179, 197; 1996
election and, 11, 33–35; private prop-
erty and, 179, 197; pro-family position
of, 198–200, 203; U.S. support of, 33;
women workers and, 197. See also Lib-
eral Alliance
Alicia (pseud.), 80, 88
Alvarez, Pablo (pseud.), 162–64, 166, 170,
221
Alvarez, Sonia, 92, 95
ames. See Association of Women in Soli-
darity (ames) (Guatemala)
amnlae. See Association of Nicaraguan
Women, ‘‘Luisa Amanda Espinoza’’
(amnlae)
ampronac. See Association of Women
Confronting the National Problem
(ampronac)
Ana María (pseud.), 99–100, 109, 234 n.5
Andrea (pseud.), 84, 111
Antifeminism, 202; Arnoldo Alemán
and, 198–99; in the Catholic Church,
198, 203; Max Padilla and, 237 n.5
Anti-sweatshop movement, transna-
tional, ix, 7, 9, 15, 218; ‘‘behind the
label,’’ viii; campaigns, 208–9, 211;
gender blindness in, 223; global justice
movement and, ix, 219; leverage poli-
tics and, 167; MEC and, 169; race
blindness in, 223; separate spheres in,
220–24
Apparel Industry Partnership (aip), 156,
159–60; codes of conduct, 16, 169
Appelbaum, Richard, 218
Arce, Bayardo, 48
Asia Monitor Resource Center of Hong
Kong, 210
Asner, Ed, 229 n.2
Association of Nicaraguan Women, ‘‘Luisa
Amanda Espinoza’’ (amnlae), 29–30,
102, 140, 162; development of, 46–48;
formation of autonomous women’s
movement and, 41; relationships of,
with other women’s groups, 50, 102–3;
relationship with fsln, 47–49
Association of Rural Workers (atc), 29,
162; competes with cst, 163; mobilizes
peasants, 41; women’s secretariat of,
47, 102
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