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Introduction: A recent article by Jorge Elbaum, the former executive director of DAIA (Delegation for Argentine Jewish Associations), the principle Argentine Jewish umbrella groups, published in the Buenos Aires daily Pagina 12, provides a detailed account of the damaging linksbetween the State of Israel, US Wall Street speculators and local Argentine Zionists in government and... Read More
I spent the month of May 2003 in Argentina visiting factories, working class suburbs, villas miseria ( impoverished housing of unemployed squatters ), lower middle class assemblies in the cities, social centers of the unemployed and universities, interviewing trade unionists, unemployed workers, student and faculty activists, human rights activists, film and video makers, the Madres... Read More
Throughout the early and mid-nineties, the international financial institutions (the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank), the regional financial institution (The Inter-American Development Bank) and the G-7 countries (North America and Western Europe) praised Argentina’s liberalization program as an economic model for the Third World. Then President Menem and his Economic Minister Cavallo promised... Read More
From 1992-1997, the World Bank Annual Report praised Argentina as the model country in the Third World. Washington and Brussels joined in the chorus of praise. The most prestigious financial newspapers (The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times) editorialized on the thoroughness and effectiveness of the “economic reforms” carried out by the neoliberal Menem regime.... Read More
As far back as Gen. Juan Perón’s 1946?1955 presidency, the northwestern Argentine province of Jujuy could rely on state-run companies and protected industries such as tobacco and sugar. A symbol of Perón’s vision for the country was Aceros Zapla, a government-owned mining and steel company an hour east of the provincial capital, San Salvador de... Read More
A month ago, Argentina was a symbol of the disaster of the free market. Years of recession had driven unemployment to nearly 20 percent and pushed one-third of the population into poverty. And all President Fernando de la R?a and his hated economics chief Domingo Cavallo could offer was more austerity–slashed wages, layoffs, spending cuts,... Read More
The Argentinazo is the fourth and biggest popular uprising against authoritarian neo-liberal domination and political impunity. In 1982 the people and soldiers rose up to denounce the military following the Malvinas disaster. The result was the trial and conviction of the genocidal generals. The second major mobilization was against the threat of a military coup... Read More
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