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The Conservative party, in control of the nation's executive branch until 1930, demonstrated increasing willingness to use lethal forc against labor and other emerging sectors. Considerable violence surrounded labor disputes in the 1920s, notably in the Barrancabermeja oil fields and in the banana groves of Santa Marta. The Socialist party grew after its 1919 congress but could not make electoral inroads into the constituencies of either major party. Younger elements of the Liberal party, led by Jorge Elie"cer Gaitin and Los Nuevos, renewed Uribe Uribe's overture toward laborers but could accomplish lit- 26 David Sowell tie given their political weakness.
The city embarked on an extensive program of street paving, it extended sewer services to suburbs, and a building boom commenced that changed the city's architectural image along its main avenues and plazas. 19 In the 1920s the architectural face of the city underwent a complete renovation with the construction of landmarks such as the Palacio Salvo on the Plaza de Independencia, the new customs house overlooking the port, the stunning Palacio Legislative and the Hotel Carrasco, and a beach resort and casino on the eastern edge of the city.
Cities Of Hope: People, Protests, And Progress In Urbanizing Latin America, 1870-1930 by Ronn F Pineo, James A Baer