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Abstract

Democratic consolidation in Argentina has not yet been achieved. Although civilian legalism has rapidly replaced the authoritarian regime of exception, the creation of a political system based on the recognition and exercise of citizenship, and the respect for the principle of representation is incomplete.

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Political System Social Contract Union Leader Business Association Military Regime 
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© Diane Ethier 1990

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  • Graciela Ducatenzeiler

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