The Argentine Right: Its History and Intellectual Origins, 1910 to the Present
Sandra McGee Deutsch, Ronald H. Dolkart
Rowman & Littlefield, Jan 1, 1993 - History - 205 pages
In The Argentine Right: Its History and Intellectual Origins scholars of Argentine and Latin American history chart the growth of the Right from its roots in 19th-century European political theory through to the collapse of the conservative government in the 1980s. The contributors describe the Right's development, uneasy alliance with Peronists, years of triumph and subsequent retreat to opposition status.
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