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In particular, he tracks the role the United Fruit Company played in goading the United State's expansion and the use of race (West Indians, Hispanics and African Americans) to control labor.
He is overthrown by former president Manuel Bonilla, aided by United Fruit Company and the American mercenary Lee Christmas, who became commander-in-chief of the Honduran army.
In Honduras, Protestant influence had spread contiguously with the United Fruit Company during the period of Gunboat Diplomacy.
entrepreneur Samuel Zemurray, who went on to found the United Fruit Company.
She worked as an Accountant for Mass Electric, United Fruit Company, Itek Corp.
The authors explain that even the United Fruit Company (UFCO), the "most powerful and infamous" expression of foreign investment, was unable to dictate policy to Latin American nations (p.
Chiquita's history is even further clouded by the business practices of its former incarnation, the United Fruit Company (which was renamed Chiquita Brands International in 1984).
In fact, it has and continues to pay a heavy price to claim its land from the United Fruit Company and others who owned it 50 years ago.