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Anarchism in Argentina and Uruguay

  • Eduardo Colombo
Part of the Studies in Comparative Politics book series (STCP)

Abstract

Argentina and Uruguay are the two most developed Latin American countries, with the largest middle classes and the greatest degree of urbanization. Argentina covers 2,700,000 sq. km. and has a population of 23 million, of whom 8 million live in what is known as Greater Buenos Aires (the capital and its suburbs). Uruguay covers 187,000 sq. km. and has a population of 2,600,000, more than a third of whom live in the capital, Montevideo (1,173,000 in- habitants). In both countries the city dominates over the country-side. Argentina’s urban population stands at 66 per cent and Uruguay’s at 78 per cent.1

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Notes

  1. 1.
    Gino German, Politica y Sociedad, Ed. Paidós, Buenos Aires, 1962, p. 17.Google Scholar

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© Government and Opposition Ltd 1971

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  • Eduardo Colombo

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