THE CRISIS OF ARGENTINE CAPITALISM.
Lewis, Paul H.
Chapel Hill, (NC)/London, The University of North Carolina Press, 1990. xviii, 573p., map, tables, index, boards, dj (fine) Good Hardcover 0807818623 "Lewis begins by describing the early development of Argentine industry, from just before the turn of the century to the eve of Juan Perón's rise to power just after World War II. He discusses the emergence of the new industrialists and new workers and delineates the relationships between those classes and the traditional agrarian elites who controlled the state". Includes notes (Item ID: 111166)