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en: The military coup of September 11 began the exile of hundreds of thousandsof people. The massive influx of Chilean represented a great challenge for the peronist government thatresponded-among other measures -articulating, together with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)and Christian churches, a national network of assistance to refugees. However, the deepening of social and political conflict after the death of President Juan Domingo Peron led to significant changes in government policy regarding refugees which affected the situation of Chileans and the work of the agencies that attendedthem.>>>
María Cecilia Azconegui
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en: In this paper, we take a closer look at a concept developed by theArgentinianintellectual and trotskyistmilitant Milcíades Peña, with the purpose debatingwith the Peronist intellectuals about the process of industrialization in Argentina. Taking as our starting point Peña’s politicalactivity during the 50’s and 60’s, the concept of pseudoindustrialization will be analyzed. This concept, developed by the author, initially appeared in the article “La evolución industrial argentina”, in the first edition of the magazine Fichas de investigación económica y social(Abril1964), and was written under the pseudonym Víctor Testa.>>>
José Facundo Manzanelli
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en: This article provides new precedents, and in some unpublished cases, on the collaboration and conflicts that Vicente Lombardo Toledano faced, in his crusade for reaching the unification of the working class to continental level. The Lombard's participation Toledano, as leader and intermediary of the working interests, is sustained in this work by sources of file not worked previously, therefore let's sense beforehand along the article new and complementary perspectives to the existing ones, which go to cross-current of the historiography of the labor movement.>>>
Patricio Herrera González
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en: The article reconstructs the multitudinal military work that the Communist Party of Chile consolidated in the eighties to confront the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, which was reflected through the development of a strategy of self-defense of the masses and the 'Rodriguista' Militias. Through access to party publications and a number of testimonies, this article seeks to interpret the paramilitary tasks, through which they were able to achieve the Politics of Popular Rebellion of the Masses, due to the fact that through the militia experience they were able to excercice party activities, as well as develop bolder forms of struggle on a mass scale.>>>
jaime
Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Chile
en: This article aims to discuss ways of addressing the relationship between prison and exile by focusing on scenarios, struggles and specific actors of the Argentine recent past, from the analysis of materials produced by the exiles in their anti-dictatorial action, in dialogue withothers issued the correctional system or the memories of the protagonists.>>>
María Lorena
Universidad Nacional del Sur
Argentina
en: In this article we explain the sociopolitical conditions that favored the alliance between the Mapuche and the farmer movement, andthe resultingoutbreak of the Mapuche-farmer social movement in the Araucanía during the agrarian reform. Secondly, we also explain the development of the sectors and types of mobilization that divided the movement. We argue that from 1958 until the coup d ́état, there were objective conditions that catalyzed the Mapuche-farmer conflict, allowing to the subjects to implement new strategies of mobilization.These conditions were structured from the democratic expansion that came with the enactment of the Electoral Reform Law and the legal corpus that deepened the Agrarian Reform in 1967, in the Frei Montalva and then in the Allende government, to which the support of the movement would be added by the revolutionary left and the parties. These conditions allowed the creation of what is known as a Political Opportunity Structure favourable to the Mapuche-farmer movement, which was divided into two major sectors, that reflected the possible mobilization alternatives: within the institution and out of this.>>>
Mathias Órdenes Delgado
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en: The independence of the European colonies produced in the twentieth century, opened a postcolonial scene in which we have developed different challenges to the persistence of elements of colonial rule with posterity to his disappearance, questions that have led to current and critical thinking political programs that seek to reverse such persistence. In this scene postcolonial indigenous peoples manage to position protagonist so, belatedly considering its longstanding colonized people, from the 1980s.On the historical reasons for this late position, especially the colonial situation the Mapuche people live in the following article. When the colonial condition starts, howit has been reconfigured over time, how has analyzed the criticism of postcolonial scene and what projects are out to colonialism are the questions that organize this work.>>>
José Luis Cabrera Llancaqueo
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en: In the beginnings of theXXcentury, the revolutionary syndicalism became one of the most “successful” political movements in Argentina. During this period,this movement presided the first national federation, FORA IX.The aim of this article is to analyze the discursive matrices and the strategic orientation of the wood union in Buenos Aires, whichreflected the participation of almost every existing left movement during that period and it gave birth to important syndicalist figures.>>>
Walter L. Koppmann
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en: The article analyzes two militant generations of Chilean Socialist Party and its understaning, identity and perception on the structure of features that characterizes this party. From a historical (1973-2015) and generational perspective (comparisons between age groups from elements derived from historical and biographical evolution) and from a qualitative research, this article seeks to understand contemporary changes of the militant socialist culture.>>>
Víctor Muñoz Tamayo
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en: This paper seeksto approach to the Chilean Detention and /orTorture Centersfrom the perspectiveof his disappearance. The objective will be to distinguish the different modes of disappearance that are organized into three groups -destruction, transformation and concealment-. It will seek to show that they are in line with the three different types of disappearance: ontological (being), sensory (see) and epistemological (know).>>>
José Santos Herceg
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