All Argentinian history.
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Moderate Liberalism According to Keynes
In recent years, the name of a very important English theorist, John Keynes, resonates among Argentine economists.
Juan Perón — Part II: the transpolitics
Very little could be said of us as a society, if we referred to the last 70 years without naming
Puerto Gaboto: the place where our history began
Puerto Gaboto is an emblem town of our history that hides our most remote past and that was forgotten and
Juan Perón — Part I: historical background
“Peronists are neither good nor bad, they are incorrigible” (Jorge Luis Borges). The discussion between Peronism and AntiPeronism represents our
Argentina in the Second World War
The influence of conflicts in Europe in the middle of the last century deeply affected local political movements. In such
The owners of the silver- Part III
His destiny: Argentina. The reason: to run away from his own monster. How and why, many of Europe's great fortunes
The owners of silver – Part II
Before World War II, great fortunes were put into play to finance the rise of Nazism. How is it possible
The owners of silver – Part I
How did the Great War in Europe affect Argentina? Why did some of the largest heritages in the Germanic world
Evita: Blossoms in the Dust
Beyond the thoughts that cross Argentine politics and its swings, Eva Perón knew how to build her own history.