The author carefully reconstructs the crisis of Argentine political economy over the past 25 years. He examines the roles of the major protagonists in contemporary Argentine politics.... labor movement came to function both as the political representative of a heterogeneous mass movement and as the corporative representative of the working class. Organized labora#39;s ultimate weapon was the use, or the threat, of its capacity to destabilize the government in power. ... This aquot;struggle planaquot; was drafted with little input from the rank and file, whose job was simply to follow instructions.
|Title||:||Authoritarianism and the Crisis of the Argentine Political Economy|
|Author||:||William C. Smith|
|Publisher||:||Stanford University Press - 1991|