Argentina After Peron

Julio Fernández Baraibar julfb at SPAMsinectis.com.ar
Sat Jun 10 20:51:35 MDT 2000


It is saturday at night. I can't read this post just now, but I want to do
it. It will be my reading sunday in the morning.
Lou, can you say something more about the author? Thank you.

Julio

> American Socialist, November 1958
>
> The Peron era, authoritarian though it was, left a tradition of social
> benefits and an awakening of labor aspirations. The next stage of
Argentine
> politics turns on the question: Which political group will inherit Peron's
> labor backing?
>
> Argentina After Peron
>
> by Irving L Horowitz
>
> (Irving L. Horowitz has recently returned from Argentina, where he was
> Visiting Professor at the Institute of Sociology of The University of
> Buenos Aires. He is now a teaching-fellow at Brandeis University.)
>






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