By M. H. J. Finch
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Although immigrants came to Uruguay typically as tradesmen or labourers, their sons found no rigid barriers to their entry into the professions or public employment. The permeability of the dependent middle-class stratum was evidently a major factor in the rapid integration of immigrants. By the turn of the century the size of the middle-class sector appears already very large. 44 Such an occupational structure appears remarkably modern, particularly in the high proportion in the service sector.
What had formerly been an ideology of innovation and reform had become a doctrine promoting social stasis. The accession of Jorge Pacheco Areco to the presidency at the end of 1967 was a decisive moment in the destruction of traditional Uruguay. The introduction in June 1968 of a prices and wages freeze to consolidate the effects of devaluation, and the semi-permanent employment of emergency security measures for the repression of trade unions and other dissident groups, represented a deliberate attempt to end the THE IDEOLOGY OF 'BATLLISMO' 1870-1970 21 redistributive, consensus policies of previous administrations.
It is not therefore surprising that the ideology of Uruguayan trade unionism should have close European connections, nor that industrial enterprise even in the 1920s should still be regarded as the monopoly of immigrants. But the social environment in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries was, in many respects, conducive to individual advancement. The immigrant community as a whole was not a small minority group systematically excluded from possibilities of social improvement, and the urban economy was growing rapidly in the 1880s and again after 1900.
A Political Economy of Uruguay since 1870 by M. H. J. Finch