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The Political Economy of Argentina, 1946-83 (Pitt Latin American Series) by Guido Di Tella

The Political Economy of Argentina, 1946-83 (Pitt Latin American Series) by Guido Di Tella

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In this collection of essays, 12 international economists analyze every government since Peron's first presidency, including the latest military administrations. The appraisal of the first Peronist period (1946-55) is originally revisionist, while the ambitious aims of the "Revolucion Libertadora", which overthrew Peron, are shown as neither liberal nor liberating. The years 1958-74 are examined, revealing that Argentina at that time went through a remarkable period of growth not usually appreciated by commentators. The shortcomings of the military government's economic policies are seen as a consequence of their weak and belated response to the world oil crisis and the book ends with a postscript on President Alfonsin's changing economic strategy in his first years of government.


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