Between the Local and the Transnational: New Historiographical Approaches on Argentine Political History, 1930 to 1943
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Nállim, J. (2014). Between the Local and the Transnational: New Historiographical Approaches on Argentine Political History, 1930 to 1943. Estudios Interdisciplinarios De América Latina Y El Caribe, 25(1), 103-120. Retrieved from http://www3.tau.ac.il/ojs/index.php/eial/article/view/890

Abstract

In the last two decades, new scholarship has revised one of the most contentiousperiods of twentieth-century Argentine history: the long decade of 1930-1943.These years have traditionally been the focus of strong political, ideological, andhistoriographical debates due, in great part, to their critical location as a hingebetween two other important periods. On the one hand, they represent the declineand crisis of the liberal republic, established in 1853, marked by the impactof the Great Depression in Argentina’s export economy as well as by the firstperiod of military rule in modern Argentine history, which began in September1930. On the other hand, the transformations experienced during those yearshave also been studied as the prelude to the rise of Juan Perón and his populistmovement, which began in full force with his participation in the military coupof June 1943 and the ensuing military regime of 1943-1946.
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