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The general structure of the collection is chronological, taking the reader through an analysis of different periods of liberal thought in Argentina: Most widely held works by Natalio R Botana. Paperbackpages. Natalio Botana says that “every political regime has an implicit logic”, and tries to delve into the logic of a period – that was very important in what regards to the fundation of modern Argentina.

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Many are those one would expect to find, but others are important revelations. During that period the conservative regime was consolidated. Victoria rated it it was amazing Jul 02, Georgi Marrapodi natalip it liked it May 01, Aldu Giovagnola is currently reading it Apr 15, Marisol added it Sep 13, Estefania Blanco rated it really liked it Mar 30, Visit our Help Pages.


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Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Pablo Presas rated it really liked it Mar 03, They rescue from obscurity those voices and writings that upheld and defended liberal ideals in several aspects, namely, those ideals concerning electoral and constitutional reforms and the resistance of the advance of different expressions of totalitarian dictatorship during the twentieth century.

Write a product review. Lists with This Book. Victoria rated it really liked it Jul 18, Chapter 1 addresses the dictatorship of Juan Manuel de Rosasduring which time a set of liberal ideas was formed that would subsequently have a decisive influence on the second period, the formation of the National Constitution For example, he says that we can find a relation between the comparation Alberdi draws regarding the open and the restrictive republic and Rousseau’s view about what is a citizen and what merely and inhabitant.