Argentina, 1516-1987: From Spanish Colonization to Alphonsín. (Updated)

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University of California Press, 1987 M11 18 - 511 páginas
In this comprehensive history, updated to include the climactic events of the five years since the Falklands War, Professor Rock documents the early colonial history of Argentina, pointing to the colonial forms established during the Spanish conquest as the source for Argentina's continued reliance on foreign commercial and investment partnerships. The collapse of Argentina's close western European ties after World War II is thus seen as the underlying cause for her current economic and political crisis.
 

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Contenido

THE SPANISH SETTLEMENTS 15161680
1
Labor Production and Trade 15801630
18
The SeventeenthCentury Depression 16301680
28
THE RISE OF BUENOS AIRES 16801810
40
REVOLUTION AND DICTATORSHIP 18101852
79
THE FORMATION OF THE NATIONSTATE
118
The Economic Revolution 18521890
131
Boom and Collapse 18801890
152
THE APOGEE OF PERóN 19461955
262
A NATION IN DEADLOCK 19551976
320
THE NEW AUTOCRACY AND THE
367
Notes
405
Glossary of Spanish Terms
447
Select Bibliography
453
Index
489
Derechos de autor

FROM OLIGARCHY TO POPULISM 19301946
214

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David Rock is Professor of History at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His Politics of Argentina, 1890-1930 won the 1976 Herbert E. Bolton Prize for Latin American history. He is author of Authoritarian Argentina (1993) and editor of Latin America in the Nineteen Forties (1994), both available from the University of California Press.

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