Argentina in the Twentieth Century

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Index
Abramovitz, M., 18n, 2
Africa, 11, 144
agencies, import-export, 46f
Agricultural Adjustment Act, 150
Agricultural Production Regulating Board, 154
agriculture, 123, 127, 140ff, 147, 151, 152-61, 192
Agropecuarian Census, 133; of 1937, 101
Aldcroft, D.H., 45
Alem, Leandro N., 71
alfafa, 104
Alisedo, Perez, 93
Alonso, José, 208, 213
Alvear, President Marcelo T. de, 52, 63, 82, 86
American State Department, 147
Anglo-American Loan Agreement, 146 anti-Peronists, 136, 153, 180, 201, 205, 210, 214, 220
Aramburu, General Pedro, 201, 202, 215, 217
Argentine Chamber of Commerce, 114
Argentine Electric Company, 155
Argentine Industrial Union, 197
Argentine Patriotic League (Liga Patriótica Argentina), 79
'Argentine Revolution' (of 1966), 216 army, 79, 84, 85, 182, 184, 185n, 186, 190, 191, 200, 201, 205, 206, 207, 211, 215, 216, 217, 218, 220, 221
arrenderos97, 99
Arrieta, Herminio, 91, 93
Arrighi, Giovanni, 108
Asia, 11, 144
Atlas Light and Power Co., 50
Australia, 65, 137, 139, 152, 156
balance of payments, 20f, 26, 27, 36ff, 53, 81, 130, 133, 194, 203, 206, 209, 215, 220
Baldwin, R.F., 45
Baldwin, Stanley, 56
Balkans, 144
Banco de la Nación, 63
banks, foreign, 197; United States, 63
Baring Brothers, 62, 63
Baring Crisis, 22, 35
barley, 123, 148, 153, 154
Bas. Bernardo, 215, 216n
Bavio, Senator Ernesto, 99n, 100n, 102n
beef, 66, 68, 76, 121, 154, 220
Belgium, 57, 148, 149
Bleachers' Association, 55
Blues (azules), 205
Boer War, 30
Bolivia, 103, 109, 130
Bolivians, 103, 112, 113
Borman, Eric, 95
Borda, Manuel Lizondo, 108n
bourgeoisie, 10, 180, 197, 212, 218n
Brazil, 58, 126, 148, 159
breweries, 33
Britain, Great, 1, 2, 3, 4, 142, 146, 147, 148, 149, 152, 158; home investment, 18; investment in Argentina, 12-40, 41, 132; trade rivalry with U.S. in Argentina, 41-65; trade

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