By William M. Fowler
The chapters during this quantity offer a diverse but constant research of the ways that ideologies were used, misused, or deserted in Latin the USA within the 20th century. the quantity deals students and scholars a not easy selection of interpretations of and factors for the ways that ideologues and ideologies have performed an important position within the political improvement of the continent. And, whereas illuminating key purposes for the increase and fall of particular ideologies and their repeated betrayal in the course of the century—from anarchism to communism, to socialism, to Peronism, to neoliberalism—the quantity exhibits how a lot there's nonetheless left to profit concerning the value of ideological discourse within the brain and polity of Latin the US. With chapters reading Mexico, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, and Argentina, this paintings could be of curiosity to all Latin Americanists.
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Adelman, Essays, pp. 15–16. In Chile, however, this tendency was less pronounced and major rent strikes took place in Valparaíso and Santiago (where an IWW member headed the tenant league) in 1925. DeShazo, Urban Workers, pp. 223–26. 42. B. ), Cambridge History, vol. 6, p. 801. 43. Blanchard, Origins, pp. 86–88. 44. The best analysis of these developments is to be found in D. Rock, Politics in Argentina 1890–1930. The Rise and Fall of Radicalism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1975). 45.
E. J. Hobsbawm, Primitive Rebels (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1959), p. 83. 23. ” It urged its readers, when thirsty and in need of company, to drink a glass of water and read a book. El Surco, Iquique, 15 November 1924. 24. See, for example, La Organización Obrera, Buenos Aires, 24, 1903. 25. M. Molyneux, “No God, No Boss, No Husband. Anarchist Feminism in Nineteenth Century Argentina,” Latin American Perspectives 13:1 (1986). 26. ” signed by Carmen Lareva in the first issue of the paper, 8 January 1896.
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