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But, on December 8, the companies hired other unemployed workers and had not responded to the arbitration board.
On December 18, 1937, the board gave a verdict in favor of the union by means of a "laudo" (binding judgment in arbitration) which demanded that the companies fulfil the requirements of the petitions and pay 26 million pesos in lost salaries.
In 1935, all companies in the business of extraction, processing, and exporting of oil in Mexico were foreign companies with foreign capital.
These companies attempted to block the creation of labor unions and used legal and illegal tactics to do so.
Nothing for sale related to the US-Mexican War and quite a limited selection of items for sale." "From the grounds of the Obispado, there is a great view of Monterrey and a visitor can easily surmise the importance of the site as well as the difficulty in taking such a position." Below: Present-day Monterrey is a very modern city. Morelos (formerly Calle Principal) were taken in the small "pueblo viejo" or "old town" section of Monterrey, away from the tall, modern, office buildings.
Visitors would be advised not to mention the US Occupation." "In a small area, under the stairs, there is a gift shop.
Exhibits illustrate history of State of Nuevo Leon. Although the Mexicans held the high ground with more than 20 pieces of artillery, the Missourians won. Exhibits are in the Spanish language only but some very informative, well-written English language brochures are available for purchase, upon request, at the ticket booth.