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    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 unique dialect of Spanish called Lunfardo, which is known to be derived and developed from the criminal slang in Buenos Aires. Being the world’s 5th leading producer of wine and the origin of the Tango dance, their culture is rich and comprised of refiner tastes.The workforce is 40 percent female and 30 percent of congressional seats are also held by women, so they are a land of forward-thinkers. Their political structure however, is so far reaching and deep-rooted that different political parties retain their own brands of beer, which speaks volumes about the historical diversity and varying mentalities. Jorge Mario Bergoglio, a pure Argentine…

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    “I’m Your Horse in the Night” contributes to the struggles for political justice. This story has a ton of different mysteries, twists and turns that you have to know exactly, what was going on during this time period to truly understand the struggles as well as the story. I want to talk about the various meanings that I deciphered throughout this passage along with how those meanings changed, once I knew more about the history and about some pivotal characters, people, and events that affect…

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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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    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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    Isabel Peron was born on February 4, 1931, in La Rioja, Argentina. Isabel’s real name was Maria Estela Martinez Cartas. Isabel changed her name after her confirmation in the Catholic Church. Isabel was born in the low to middle class. Her father was a banker and he died when Isabel was a young girl causing her family to have financial issues. Isabel learned had training in French, the piano and dance. However, after the fifth grade Isabel dropped out of school and became a dancer. That’s when…

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    An Essay On South America

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    SOUTH AMERICA – BRAZIL, ARGENTINA, and CHILE South America. When I think of this area several thoughts run rampant through my mind. My thoughts blissfully wander through tropical beaches and long, warm sunny days. The perfect place to take a tranquil vacation, laying on the beach or playing golf at a coastal resort. A place to achieve complete ataraxia. My attention then turns to the violence and drugs which seem to be prevalent in these areas. We hear of the drug wars which run rampant in…

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    Domingo Sarmiento Analysis

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    America gained independence from Spain. Two key leaders in the liberation movements were Simon Bolivar and Jose de San Martin. After the creation of Republics Latin American politicians looked to the United States for support and guidance. Two such influential men were Domingo Sarmiento, President of Argentina, and Matias Romero, Mexican Ambassador to the United States. These four men all had varying opinions of the United States and different responses to the nation. This paper will argue that…

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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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    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…

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    Eva Peron Research Paper

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    eva and juan peron.png Eva Peron was born in May 17,1919 in Los Toldos Argentina and Died July 26,1952 at Buenos Aires Argentina. Eva is the youngest of five children of Juan Duarte and Juana Ibarguren. Her dream was to become an actress and she obtained small parts in motion pictures and on the radio. In 1943 Eva met Colonel Juan Peron a secretary of labor and social welfare in the military goverment born october 8 1895 in Lobos, Argentina and died July 7,1974 at Olivos, Argentina. Eva…

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