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The Resource Liberal thought in Argentina, 1837-1940, edited and with an introduction by Natalio R. Botana and Ezequiel Gallo ; translated from the Spanish by Ian Barnett

Liberal thought in Argentina, 1837-1940, edited and with an introduction by Natalio R. Botana and Ezequiel Gallo ; translated from the Spanish by Ian Barnett

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Liberal thought in Argentina, 1837-1940
Title
Liberal thought in Argentina, 1837-1940
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edited and with an introduction by Natalio R. Botana and Ezequiel Gallo ; translated from the Spanish by Ian Barnett
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Editor
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Language
  • eng
  • spa
  • eng
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N$T
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320.510982/09034
Index
index present
LC call number
JC574.2.A7
LC item number
L53 2013eb
Literary form
non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Botana, Natalio R.
  • Gallo, Ezequiel
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  • Liberalism
  • Republicanism
  • Political culture
  • Argentina
  • Argentina
  • Argentina
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • Liberalism
  • Political culture
  • Politics and government
  • Republicanism
  • Argentina
Label
Liberal thought in Argentina, 1837-1940, edited and with an introduction by Natalio R. Botana and Ezequiel Gallo ; translated from the Spanish by Ian Barnett
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Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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Contents
  • Botana and Gallo -- Liberal Thought in Argentina, 1837-1940 ; Front Matter ; Title Page ; Copyright Details ; Table of Contents, p. v ; Introduction, p. ix ; Liberal Thought in Argentina ; 1. Liberalism during the Distatorship of Rosas (1837-1850), p. 1 ; 1. Juan Bautista Alberdi -- The Argentine Republic, Thirty-seven Years after the May Revolution (1847), p. 3 ; 2. Esteban Echeverria -- Symbolic Words (1837) (Excerpts), p. 27 ; 3. Domingo Faustino Sarmiento -- Civilization and Barbarism: The Life of Juan Facundo Quiroga, p. 48 ; 4. Domingo Faustino Sarmiento -- The United States (1847), p. 58
  • 2. The Framework of the National Constitution (1852-1860), p. 113 1. Juan Bautista Alberdi -- Bases and Starting Points for the Political Organization of the Argentine Republic (1852), p. 115 ; 2. Juan Bautista Alberdi -- The Economic and Revenue System of the Argentine Confederations According to Its Constitution of 1853 (Excerpts), p. 177 ; 3. Part 1 of the Constitution of the Argentine Nation (1853-1860-1866), p. 216 ; 3. Liberalism in a New Nation (1857-1879), p. 223 ; 1. Bartolome Mitre -- Protection of Agriculture (1857), p. 225 ; 2. Bartolome Mitre -- On Trade (1869), p. 230
  • 3. Bartolome Mitre -- Chivilcoy Speech (1868) (Excerpt), p. 236 4. Bartolome Mitre -- Governments as Business Managers (1869), p. 245 ; 5. Jose Hernandez -- Governments as Business Managers, p. 250 ; 6. Bartolome Mitre -- Immigration (1870), p. 253 ; 7. Nicolas Avellaneda -- On Laws Concerning Public Lands: Conclusion (1865), p. 257 ; 8. Leandro N. Alem -- Investigation into the National Secondary School of Buenos Aires (Excerpt from Speech to Legislature of Buenos Aires Province, 22nd Ordinary Session, June 28, 1876), p. 264
  • 9. Domingo Faustino Sarmiento -- The Social Contract in the Argentine Republic (1879), p. 271 4. Liberalism in Government and In Opposition (1880-1910), p. 277 ; 1. Leandro N. Alem -- Speech on the Federalization of Buenos Aires (1880), p. 279 ; 2. Juan Bautista Alberdi -- The Omnipotence of the State Is the Negation of Individual Liberty (1880), p. 284 ; 3. Julio Argentino Roca -- Presidential Messages (1881-1886), p. 290 ; 4. Pedro Goyena -- Speech on the Common Education Act (1883), p. 294 ; 5. Delfin Gallo -- Speech on the Common Education Act (1883), p. 301
  • 6. Roque Saenz Pena -- Speech on the American ""Zollverein"" (1889) (Conference of the Pan-American Union), p. 308 7. Leandro N. Alem -- Speech at teh National Senate (1891), p. 314 ; 8. Union Civica (Civic Union) Declaration of Principles (1891), p. 319 ; 9. Francisco Barroetavena -- Speech int he Debate on a Mandatory National Language for Schools (1896), p. 325 ; 10. Francisco Barroetavena -- Speech on the Customs Act (1894), p. 333 ; 11. Pedro Coronado -- Speech on the Residence Act (1904), p. 336 ; 12. Juan Bautista Justo -- Signor Lorini's Monetary Theory (1904), p. 339
  • 13. Jose Nicolas Matienzo -- Representative Federal Government in the Argentine Republic (1910), p. 345
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861693323
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9781614879060
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  • c
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(OCoLC)861693323
Label
Liberal thought in Argentina, 1837-1940, edited and with an introduction by Natalio R. Botana and Ezequiel Gallo ; translated from the Spanish by Ian Barnett
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Botana and Gallo -- Liberal Thought in Argentina, 1837-1940 ; Front Matter ; Title Page ; Copyright Details ; Table of Contents, p. v ; Introduction, p. ix ; Liberal Thought in Argentina ; 1. Liberalism during the Distatorship of Rosas (1837-1850), p. 1 ; 1. Juan Bautista Alberdi -- The Argentine Republic, Thirty-seven Years after the May Revolution (1847), p. 3 ; 2. Esteban Echeverria -- Symbolic Words (1837) (Excerpts), p. 27 ; 3. Domingo Faustino Sarmiento -- Civilization and Barbarism: The Life of Juan Facundo Quiroga, p. 48 ; 4. Domingo Faustino Sarmiento -- The United States (1847), p. 58
  • 2. The Framework of the National Constitution (1852-1860), p. 113 1. Juan Bautista Alberdi -- Bases and Starting Points for the Political Organization of the Argentine Republic (1852), p. 115 ; 2. Juan Bautista Alberdi -- The Economic and Revenue System of the Argentine Confederations According to Its Constitution of 1853 (Excerpts), p. 177 ; 3. Part 1 of the Constitution of the Argentine Nation (1853-1860-1866), p. 216 ; 3. Liberalism in a New Nation (1857-1879), p. 223 ; 1. Bartolome Mitre -- Protection of Agriculture (1857), p. 225 ; 2. Bartolome Mitre -- On Trade (1869), p. 230
  • 3. Bartolome Mitre -- Chivilcoy Speech (1868) (Excerpt), p. 236 4. Bartolome Mitre -- Governments as Business Managers (1869), p. 245 ; 5. Jose Hernandez -- Governments as Business Managers, p. 250 ; 6. Bartolome Mitre -- Immigration (1870), p. 253 ; 7. Nicolas Avellaneda -- On Laws Concerning Public Lands: Conclusion (1865), p. 257 ; 8. Leandro N. Alem -- Investigation into the National Secondary School of Buenos Aires (Excerpt from Speech to Legislature of Buenos Aires Province, 22nd Ordinary Session, June 28, 1876), p. 264
  • 9. Domingo Faustino Sarmiento -- The Social Contract in the Argentine Republic (1879), p. 271 4. Liberalism in Government and In Opposition (1880-1910), p. 277 ; 1. Leandro N. Alem -- Speech on the Federalization of Buenos Aires (1880), p. 279 ; 2. Juan Bautista Alberdi -- The Omnipotence of the State Is the Negation of Individual Liberty (1880), p. 284 ; 3. Julio Argentino Roca -- Presidential Messages (1881-1886), p. 290 ; 4. Pedro Goyena -- Speech on the Common Education Act (1883), p. 294 ; 5. Delfin Gallo -- Speech on the Common Education Act (1883), p. 301
  • 6. Roque Saenz Pena -- Speech on the American ""Zollverein"" (1889) (Conference of the Pan-American Union), p. 308 7. Leandro N. Alem -- Speech at teh National Senate (1891), p. 314 ; 8. Union Civica (Civic Union) Declaration of Principles (1891), p. 319 ; 9. Francisco Barroetavena -- Speech int he Debate on a Mandatory National Language for Schools (1896), p. 325 ; 10. Francisco Barroetavena -- Speech on the Customs Act (1894), p. 333 ; 11. Pedro Coronado -- Speech on the Residence Act (1904), p. 336 ; 12. Juan Bautista Justo -- Signor Lorini's Monetary Theory (1904), p. 339
  • 13. Jose Nicolas Matienzo -- Representative Federal Government in the Argentine Republic (1910), p. 345
Control code
861693323
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781614879060
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
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Specific material designation
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(OCoLC)861693323

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