Oil and Nationalism in Argentina: A History

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Stanford University Press, 1979 - Business & Economics - 245 pages
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Contents

The Struggle for StateOwned Oil 19071914
1
Oil drilling at Comodoro Rivadavia 1907
9
Petroleum Policy
22
Alejandro E Bunge
31
President Hipolito Yrigoyen 1920
35
Captain Felipe Fliess at Comodoro Rivadavia 1918
43
The Postwar Oil Rush and the Birth of YPF 19191922
51
Oil being loaded for transport Comodoro Rivadavia 1921
65
YPFs La Plata refinery
92
Conference of interior governors at La Rioja 1927
107
Petroleum Politics and the Collapse
112
Alonso Baldrich in a group photograph late 19205
119
Creole Derivatives of the Petroleum Monopoly cartoon from La Vanguardia Sept 12 1927
123
General Mosconi 1928
130
General Mosconi in Mexico City 1928
131
President Yrigoyen and Viscount DAbernon 1929
145

An oil worker at Comodoro Rivadavia 1919
69
The Extraction of Government Oil cartoon from La Vanguardia July 23 1922
72
Alvear Mosconi and the Rise of YPF 19221927
76
President Marcelo T de Alvear
79
Leopoldo Lugones
83
Colonel Enrique Mosconi 1918
87
The Impact of Argentine Petroleum
156
The Nation Propelling Itself a YPF advertisement 1934
178
Notes
187
Bibliography
217
Index
234
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