Cuestiones agrarias en el varguismo y el peronismo Una mirada histórica [A Historical Perspective. Agricultural Issues in Varguism and Peronism] Vanderlei Vazelesk Ribeiro
Cuestión social y políticas sociales en la Argentina
El sindicalismo rural en la argentina
La modernidad periférica. Córdoba, 1900-1930
De la resistencia clasista a la comunidad organizada, 1928-1954
[Social Issues and Policies in Argentina. Peripheral Modernity in the Province of Córdoba. 1900-1930] Beatriz I. Moreyra
isbn 978-987-558-150-0 2008 | 200 p. | 320 g $ 40 | usd 10,68
isbn 978-987-558-169-2 2009 | 400 p. | 580 g $ 62 | usd 16,55
This volume addresses agricultural policy in the administrations of Brazilian President Getulio Vargas (1930-1945, 1951-1954) and Argentine President Juan Domingo Perón (1946-1955), who aimed at including farm workers in the capitalist development projects each of them sought to implement. For a deeper insight into both administrations, the author discusses correspondence exchanged between rural workers and each of the Presidents, a communication channel that served as a “hot line” of sorts, through which those workers managed to make their voices heard, opposing landowners as their political enemies.
In Cuestión social y políticas sociales en la Argentina, the author discusses the historical process that led to the formation of a social proto-state in Córdoba between 1900 and 1930, i.e., the complex and flexible path that led from solidarity at the civil-society level to widespread solidarity at the institutional level. Likewise, the author also inquiries into the multiple dimensions of social issues, the conception of social issues which underlies different decisions on regulation and investment, and the government’s material and institutional intervention through public spending and changes in tax structures, as well as provincial and local legislation and welfare programs.
[Farming Unions in Argentina. From WorkingClass Resistance to Organized Communities. 1928-1954] Adrián Ascolani isbn 978-987-558-183-8 2009 | 392 p. | 580 g $ 65 | usd 17,35
This volume results from the author’s insightful research on relationships between farming unions, landowner associations, the government, and other social agents from the agricultural sector in the Pampas region. It covers the period that ranged from a military intervention in the province of Santa Fe to quell farmer demonstrations and rioting in 1928 through the passage of harsh labor legislation during President Peron’s first term in office. The author effectively recovers local history, workers’ memories, and unionist experience through accurate historical research, offering a novel view on interventionist-welfare state origins and development in Argentina through its relationship with rural workers.
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