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The Politics of National Capitalism by James P. Brennan, Marcelo Rougier

The Politics of National Capitalism

Description : "An analysis of the social relations, political strategies and history behind capitalist economic development in Latin America, with particular attention to Argentina"--Provided by publisher.

Subtitle : Peronism and the Argentine Bourgeoisie, 1946-1976

Authors : James P. Brennan, Marcelo Rougier

Published Date : 2009

Publisher : Penn State Press

ISBN : 9780271035710

Page : 221 Pages

Categories : History

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