Argentina: A Modern History
By: Jill Hedges (author)Paperback
In the early 20th century, Argentina possessed one of the world's most prosperous economies, yet since then Argentina has suffered a series of boom-and-bust cycles that have seen it fall well behind its regional neighbours. At the same time, despite the lack of significant ethnic or linguistic divisions, Argentina has failed to create an over-arching post-independence national identity and its political and social history has been marred by frictions, violence and a 50-year series of military coups d'etat. In this book, Jill Hedges analyses the modern history of Argentina from the adoption of the 1853 constitution until the present day, exploring political, economic and social aspects of Argentina's recent past in a study which will be invaluable for anyone interested in South American history and politics.
Jill Hedges has been Senior Editor for Latin America at Oxford Analytica since 2001 and was formerly Editorial Manager of business information service Esmerk Argentina. She has a PhD in Latin American Studies from the University of Liverpool.
PREFACE 1. INTRODUCTION 2. PROVINCIAL PERSPECTIVES 3. NATIONAL CONSOLIDATION 1853-1880 4. THE 'GOLDEN AGE' 1880-1930 5. THE 'INFAMOUS DECADE' 1930-1943 6. PERONISM: THE ORIGINAL PROTAGONISTS 7. THE RISE OF PERON, 1943-1945 8. THE 'REVOLUTION' OF OCTOBER 17TH, 1945 9. PERONISM IN POWER 1946-1952: THE FIRST PRESIDENCY 10. THE DEATH OF EVITA AND THE FALL OF PERON 11. PERONISM PROSCRIBED 12. DESCENT INTO CHAOS 13. 'RETURN TO DEMOCRACY' 14. DEFAULT AND DISARRAY
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