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Los inmigrantes alemanes y la ‘prehistoria’ del socialismo argentino (1888-1894)

Author(s): Lucas Poy | Daniel Gaido

Journal: Antíteses
ISSN 1984-3356

Volume: 4;
Issue: 7;
Start page: 81;
Date: 2010;
Original page

Keywords: Socialism argentina | Marxism | Juan B. Justo | Germán Ave-Lallemant.

In recent decades, research on the origins of the labor movement in Argentina has known an important development. In the last years there has been a healthy resurgence of interest in analyzing the political currents that developed within the labor movement. Willing to contribute to this perspective, this paper discusses the formation of the first socialist groups in Buenos Aires, a process in which the German immigrants played a key role. In a context of economic and political turmoil, and among a wave of labor actions that alarmed the ruling classes, a group of German activists many of whom had ties with socialism in their home country contributed to the development, organization, and dissemination of Marxism. Using German and Spanish archival materials so far unexplored we intend to make some contributions to a history of therole played by socialist militants at the juncture of the crisis of 1890.
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