Civilizing Argentina

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Civilizing Argentina
Author : Julia Rodríguez
File Size : 54,5 Mb
Publisher : Univ of North Carolina Press
Language : English
Release Date : 18 May 2024
ISBN : 9780807829974
Pages : 322 pages
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After a promising start as a prosperous and liberal democratic nation at the end of the nineteenth century, Argentina descended into instability and crisis. This stark reversal, in a country rich in natural resources and seemingly bursting with progress a

Civilizing Argentina

After a promising start as a prosperous and liberal democratic nation at the end of the nineteenth century, Argentina descended into instability and crisis. This stark reversal, in a country rich in natural resources and seemingly bursting with progress a

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Civilizing Argentina

After a promising start as a prosperous and liberal democratic nation at the end of the nineteenth century, Argentina descended into instability and crisis. This stark reversal, in a country rich in natural resources and seemingly bursting with progress and energy, has puzzled many historians. In Civilizing Argentina, Julia Rodriguez

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