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    History Of Argentina

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    You’ll Go! Argentina Argentina is an independent and republic state which cover most of the southern part of South America. They received their independence from Spain on July 9, 1816. Did you know Argentina has a total forty-two million people? The state capital Buenos Aires is a popular tourist attraction and also their largest city. The ethnicity of the people is ninety-seven percent European that are of Spanish or Italian descent. In my research I found out that ninety-two percent of the people their are Roman Catholic. The three famous landmarks that I choose are Andes Mountains, Perito Moreno Glacier, and Cueva de las Manos. Here’s an intriguing fact about the Andes Mountains. There has been a recent discovery of mummies believed to be ancient Inca sacrifice. Perito Moreno Glacier is one of the millions of glaciers lakes inside Los Glaciares National Park. The artwork in Cueva de las Manos dates back nearly ninety-five hundred to thirteen thousand year ago. The primary spoken language is Spanish. Some other spoken Argentian languages are English,German,and French. One of the famous…

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    Argentina Economy

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    Argentina, on the other hand, has a wide range of natural resources that the country benefits from. In 1976, the economy was affected by the depraved governance of a military dictatorship, which led to an increase in corruption and in anti-labor policies due to financial liberation increasing the country’s debt by reducing capital for investment. While Argentina is a rich country, since 1974 their economy has recorded steady economic growth meaning that there’s very little to no progress being…

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    Social Issues In Argentina

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    Argentinians specifically experienced. Argentina’s issues are the best ones to discuss only because I admire that county and have always wanted to go there, mostly because I really admire their flag. I love the idea of the sun and the sky blue colors which is why it was my first choice. The social issue that Argentina is facing is gender equity which mostly pertains to the violence against women and girls. The economic issue that they are facing is unemployment. The last issue, which is the…

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    The Dirty War In Argentina

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    Before the start of the Dirty War in 1976, Argentina was undergoing huge amounts of political instability. Governments were being overthrown, leader’s assassinated, and left-wing right-wing guerilla groups were utilizing terrorism and strikes against the government and one another. After many changes in leadership, Isabel Peron, wife of the assassinated Juan Peron leader of the Peronist, was ousted by a coup led by a military junta. Lieutenant General Jorge Rafaél Videla assumed the role of…

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    Argentina Did you know that the population density in Argentina is 6.123 per square mile.This means less people are crammed in house by house streets.But this is because the vast forest land of argentina that hardly anyone lives in.Plus there is also lots of farmland and rural areas.This essay will teach you crucial facts about Argentina. Land Argentina’s land is rich with black soil making it great for farming.Which their leading export is soybeans.One of the reasons for this is their…

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    The history of Latin American, in particular the country of Argentina, can best be described as unstable. The effects of this instability can be plainly noted throughout the history of the country’s development; frequent shifts in political power, economic crashes, and contending social conflicts all occurred periodically. The volatile state of the country can be attributed to its foundation. As a colony of the Spanish, Argentina was divided between regions via specialized economic and…

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    Argentina is the eighth largest country covering about 2.8 million square kilometers and almost the entire southern half of South America. It comprises of some of the world’s most impressive waterfalls, massive deserts, and tallest mountains. Also, Argentina’s population is largely of European origin with a national language of Spanish. Argentina is a country rich with culture and many traditions. The cultural activities are reflected in the different artistic expressions such as: painting,…

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    America, subdivided into 23 provinces and one autonomous city, is home to approximately 43,417,000 Argentinians holding the world’s largest population of Italians outside of Italy and the second largest population of Jews in the Americas, outside of New York. The name Argentina comes from the Latin word for silver, Argentum, and they chose this name because the original European settlers thought the country was full of silver and somehow this rumor reached Spain in 1524. Their mother tongue is a…

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    Brazil Military Regime

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    In Latin America, many countries have suffered from a military regime at one point or another. Chile, Brazil, Argentina, among others, all had a military rule during the 20th century. However, the focus of this research paper will focus on Argentina and Brazil. By far, these two countries had a very long military rule. The Argentine military regime lasted six years, 1976-1982. Brazil’s lasted 21 years, 1964-1985. However, they each experienced them in a completely different manner. At the end of…

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    scientific knowledge and technology, Waste for life is dedicated to assistance in residents who have poverty problem. As an additional objective, diminish the detrimental environmental effect of non-recycled plastic waste in order to save populace who relies on waste to subsist by boosting self-adequacy and economic safety (Waste for Life, n.d.). According to Waste for Life, in Argentina, after the…

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