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The Province of Buenos Aires and Argentine Politics, 1912-1943
Richard J. Walter
Limited preview - 2002
administrative agents AIRES LANDED CLASS alliance already Argentine society army authorities blockade BUENOS AIRES LANDED census CENTER DISCUSSION PAPER central century civil class consciousness clout colonial conflict consensus consequences countryside created deferential society economic elite economic progress Eduardo Olivera elected electoral emergence emphyteusis estancia workers estancieros favored Fierro gaucho grain agriculture HAHR hegemony Hernandez ideological impact independent Indian frontier Indian territory Interior Jose Hernandez labor landed elite landed interests landless rurals landowning class large numbers larger estancias Latin America legislature less Litoral Martin Fierro massive military Moreover Nicolas Anchorena Northwestern University offered oligarchy Partido del Orden pastoral areas pastoral boom pastoral expansion peones Plata policies political leaders political leadership preeminence pulperos raisers regions revenue Rfos Rosas Rosas's rural population rural society ruralistas Salado River Salta Sarmiento share Sociedad Rural Argentina socio-economic Spanish America stock raising tenant trade traditional Tulio Halperin Donghi urban Urquiza Uruguay wars