172 pages - IN SPANISH
Dr. Felix Luna, the most prestigious Latin American history scholar, narrates in a catching and fluid prose the difficult relationship between the port city and the inland Provinces of Argentina, highlighting the roots of the conflicts that nest deeply in the odd and bumpy socio-economic evolution path of the country that baffles analysts worldwide.
This essay is the contribution of a remarkable scholar to the explanation -and hopefully solution- of a conflict that is deeply rooted in history but whose implications poison the national life, deform the Argentina reality, unbalance it's harmony and darken it's future as a nation.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Ano da edição||2002|
|Número de Páginas||176|