La protesta social en la Argentina; Desde las primeras sociedades de resistencia al movimiento piquetero

Buenos Aires: Grupo Editor Universitario, 2003. first edition. Paperback. 215p., wrps. Near Fine in Wraps. Item #21158
ISBN: 9879618270

Social protest is a fact that goes through Argentine history from the last quarter of the nineteenth century to the present. In our days, however, it presents characteristics that clearly differentiate it from the previous stages: new protagonists, new forms of action and new demands distinguish a long cycle of claims initiated at the beginning of politics and the national economy. In this work, faced with the historian's own perspective, Hector E. Recalde offers a panorama of the social struggles in Argentina, from the promising societies of resistance arisen at the request of anarchists and socialists one hundred and twenty years ago to the piquetero movement, novel popular form of mobilization that joins others equally unpublished: cacerolazos, neighborhood assemblies, escraches, made by social sectors traditionally far from the claims on the public highway.

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