In the Shadow of Peron: Juan Atilio Bramuglia and the Second Line of Argentina's Populist Movement

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Archivo Arturo Frondizi, Centro de Estudios Nacionales, Buenos Aires.

Archivo del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores, Madrid.

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Archivo de la Presidencia de Gobierno, Madrid.

Central Zionist Archives, Jerusalem.

George S. Messersmith Papers, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware.

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Israel State Archives, Jerusalem.

James Bruce Papers, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland.

Juan Atilio Bramuglia Papers, Hoover Institution, Stanford University.

Juan Domingo Perón Papers, Hoover Institution, Stanford University.

National Archives, Washington, D.C., and College Park, Maryland.

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