San Martín y la libertad

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Ediciones Macchi, Jan 1, 1992 - History - 107 pages
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"An erudite analysis of San Martín's notions of political freedom. Sketches Enlightenment philosophies that influenced the future liberator as a young student in Spain, and the idealism he carried with him throughout the wars for independence. Concludes that San Martín's selfless dedication in pursuit of a nearly utopian sense of liberty was precisely what marked him as a national hero"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

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La biblioteca privada de San Martin
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