Gröbner Bases and Convex Polytopes by Bernd Sturmfels

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The government of Oscar Arias (1986–90) continued in this vein by signing two further IMF letters of intent, in 1987 and 1989, and by supporting a second World Bank structural adjustment program in 1988. The Calderón administration (1990–94) also signed IMF letters of intent, in 1991 and 1992, and a third structural adjustment agreement in 1993. The terms of this latter agreement were eventually accepted by the administration of José Figueres, Jr. (1994–98); Figueres, Jr. himself signed another agreement with the IMF in 1995.

In fact, ample evidence indicates that solidaristas have used propaganda, pressure, and outright persecution against unionists in order to increase membership in the solidarity movement. As a result, a coalition of Costa Rican union confederations has argued that “solidarismo and the violation of union freedom in Costa Rica turn out to be two intimately linked phenomena. 14 Unions are vehemently condemned as corrupt, violent, and communist — qualities said to be at odds with the peace-loving and democratic Costa Rican character — in solidarista speeches, pamphlets, and posters.

In the days that followed, members of the existing and newly formed committees began to go door to door, urging people to default on their electricity payments and collecting light bills to return to the electric companies. Everywhere, signs in windows and on placards declared: “YO NO PAGO EL RECIBO DE LA LUZ” (I don’t pay my electricity bill). Many people remained resolute in their protest even after the electric companies began to cut the power to the strikers’ homes and workplaces. At the same time, witnessing the escalating tensions and hoping to forestall further protests and conflict, the government announced that it was forming a commission to study the problem.

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