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    History Of Argentina

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    Argentina is an amazing country with a long history and culture and have so many wonderful things to see and do for everyone. is located in South America and is the second largest country, land wise, on the continent after Brazil. The country has a very large economy and is very rich in natural resources. The country got its independence from Spain on July 9th, 1916. Before that date that area of the continent was occupied by the Spaniards and was known as the Viceroyalty of La Plata. This land area

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    History Of Argentina

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    The name Argentina was derived from Latin “argentums-silver” and was first used in 1536 by Venetian Sailors maps. The official name of the county has become Republic of Argentina in 1860. The flag of Argentina is symbolizing a clear blue sky and the sun in the middle symbolizes freedom. Nomadic Tribes lived in Argentina before the arrival of the Spanish, these tribes were scattered all over the country. The tribes were the traditional hunters although some did settle and started to grow crops such

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    History Of Argentina

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    Argentina’s Culture and Food By: Ashley Cavins, Jessie Minneman, Jon Bixler, Mason West, Westin Hanson, Ray-man Argentina is located in southeastern South America. It is the second largest country in South America. Argentina is divided into four sections. The first section is the northern subtropical woodlands and swamps. The second section is heavily, wooded slopes of the Andes Mountains in the west which contain large lakes. Besides just being covered by mountains and lakes, it is also covered

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    their independence from Spain. After Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay went their separate ways, the area that remained became Argentina. The country's population and culture were heavily shaped by immigrants from throughout Europe, with Italy and Spain providing the largest percentage of newcomers from 1860 to 1930. Up until about the mid-20th century, much of Argentina's history was dominated by periods of internal political conflict between Federalists and Unitarians and between civilian and military

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    The Film Camila

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    scarves worn to mass, the banned books, the frequency of mass, and the clothes were customary for the time period. Because “Camila” was released shortly after the end of the Argentine Proceso, it was clearly a timely criticism of dictatorship in Argentina. The real story of Camila occurred in a time following a brief bout with democracy. This film could be seen as a cautionary tale in terms of warning against ever returning to that form of government. If this, indeed, was Bemberg’s intentions, she

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    In Mañana Es San Perón: A Cultural History of Perón’s Argentina, Mariano Ben Plotkin - an emeritus professor and doctor in history and writer of Peronist Argentinean history at the university of California, Berkeley, addresses one of the first populist movement in the region of South America: el peronismo. After offering an important contextualizing “Introduction,” Plotkin organized his book into four main parts composing the book, each containing two chapters, resulting in a total of eight. Consequently

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    Argentina's Economic Disaster: The Government is to Blame Argentina is a country with rich natural resources and abundant educated and energetic labor. Yet it fails to pull itself out of a recession that has lasted for too many years, according to its citizens. Many blame the International Money Fund (IMF), foreign influence, or political corruption for their monetary woes. However, others believe that the Argentinean government is to blame for the high unemployment rates and increased poverty

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    Economic Impact of Argentina

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    The economy of Latin American countries such as Argentina have often focused on only one main product at a time and imported many of the other products needed. Argentina especially followed this economic strategy in the late 1800’s. Latin American countries focus on one product it does well and does not stray from that product. The countries were just following trends and taking advantage of what the market dictates is a worthwhile product. This strategy can fall short of having long-term success

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    1. Buenos Aires. Population and citizens of Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires - capital city of Argentina and second –largest metropolitan in South America. Population in Buenos Aires about 3 millions. (Forstall, Greene, and Pick ) The bulk of the population are Spaniards and Italians. About 30% - and Métis representatives of other nationalities , among which are the communities of Jews, English, Armenian , Japanese, Chinese , Arabs and Koreans . Also there are migrants from neighboring countries, primarily

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    Native To Argentina

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    Animals Native to Argentina Geoffroy's Cat - Little Amazon Night Stalker: They prefer the dense rainforest but is also spotted in the grasslands and savannahs. The Geoffroy cat is good at swimming and climbing. They are nocturnal and they prey on frogs, fish, lizards, birds and small mammals. Pink Fairy Armadillo - Little, Pink, Armored Fairies: They live on the sandy plains and in arid grasslands and brush land. They feed on small insects like worms but prefer larvae and ants. Vampire Bat -

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