Parties and Power in Modern Argentina 1930-1946

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SUNY Press, 1974 - Political Science - 357 pages
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An analysis of the immediate causes of Peronism in its formative stages is included in this study of the emergence of powerful pressure groups and the decay of traditional political parties in Argentina during the period 1930-1946. A detailed, well-documented description of Argentine politics through four administrations. Originally published in Spanish as Partidos y poder en la Argentina Moderna (1930-1946) by Editiorial Universitaria de Buenos Aires in 1966.
 

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Contents

Unburn
2
Justo
19
The OrtizCastillo Administration
54
Peron
75
Political Parties Political Forces
112
The Church
161
The Armed Forces
188
Economic Groups
224
The Labor Movement
254
Past and Present
278
Notes
301
Index
351
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