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Paula Alonso. Between Revolution and the Ballot Box: The Origins of the Argentine Radical Party in the 1890s. Cambridge University Press. 2000. 242pp.

Samuel L. Baily. Labor, Nationalism, and Politics in Argentina. Rutgers University Press. 1967. 241pp.

Felipe A. M. de la Balze. Remaking the Argentine Economy. Council on Foreign Relations. 1995. 197pp.

Miron Burgin. The Economic Aspects of Argentine Federalism, 1820-1852. Harvard University Press. 1946. 304pp.

Susan Calvert; Peter Calvert. Argentina: Political Culture and Instability. University of Pittsburgh Press. 1989. 327pp.

Marifran Carlson. Feminismo! The Woman's Movement in Argentina from Its Beginnings to Eva Perón. Academy Chicago. 1988. 224pp.

Alberto Ciria. Translated by Carlos Alberto Astiz. Parties and Power in Modern Argentina (1930-1946).. SUNY Press. 1974. 357pp. Translation of Partidos y poder en la Argentina moderna.

Christina Civantos. Between Argentines and Arabs: Argentine Orientalism, Arab Immigrants, and the Writing of Identity. SUNY Press. 2006. 269pp.

Santiago Colas. Postmodernity in Latin America: The Argentine Paradigm. Duke University Press. 1994. 224pp.

Eduardo Crawley. A House Divided: Argentina, 1880-1980. London: C. Hurst and Company. 1984. 472pp.

Nicholas P. Cushner. Jesuit Ranches and the Agrarian Development of Colonial Argentina, 1650-1767. SUNY Press. 1983. 206pp.

Alejandro Dabat. Translated by Luis Lorenzano. Argentina, the Malvinas, and the End of Military Rule. Verso. 1984. 205pp.

Jack Emory Davis. The Spanish of Argentina and Uruguay: An Annotated Bibliography for 1940-1978. Mouton. 1982. 260pp.

Gerardo Della Paolera; Alan M. Taylor. A New Economic History of Argentina. Cambridge University Press. 2003. 397pp.

Sandra McGee Deutsch. Counterrevolution in Argentina, 1900-1932: The Argentine Patriotic League. University of Nebraska Press. 1986. 319pp.

Arno W. Enns. Man, Milieu, and Mission in Argentina: A Close Look at Church Growth. William B. Eerdmans Publishing. 1971. 258pp.

Marguerite Feitlowitz. A Lexicon of Terror: Argentina and the Legacies of Torture. Oxford University Press. 1999. 320pp.

Russell H. Fitzgibbon. Argentina: A Chronology and Fact Book, 1516-1973. Oceana Publications. 1974. 148pp.

Michael J. Francis. The Limits of Hegemony: United States Relations with Argentina and Chile During World War II. University of Notre Dame Press. 1977. 292pp.

Douglas Friedman. The State and Underdevelopment in Spanish America: The Political Roots of Dependency in Peru and Argentina. Westview Press. 1984. 236pp.

Jean Graham-Jones. Exorcising History: Argentine Theater Under Dictatorship. Bucknell University Press. 2000. 259pp.

Roger Gravil. The Anglo-Argentine Connection, 1900-1939. Westview Press. 1985. 267pp.

Gretchen Helmke. Courts Under Constraints: Judges, Generals, and Presidents in Argentina. Cambridge University Press. 2004. 240pp.

Donald C. Hodges. Argentina, 1943-1976: The National Revolution and Resistance. University of New Mexico Press. 1976. 207pp.

Roy Hora. The Landowners of the Argentine Pampas: A Social and Political History, 1860-1945. Oxford University Press. 2001. 264pp.

John J. Kennedy. Catholicism, Nationalism, and Democracy in Argentina. University of Notre Dame Press. 1958. 219pp.

Jill S. Kuhnheim. Gender, Politics, and Poetry in Twentieth-Century Argentina. University Press of Florida. 1996. 201pp.

Asuncion Lavrin. Women, Feminism and Social Change in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay, 1890-1940. University of Nebraska Press. 1998. 491pp.

Ricardo Levene. A History of Argentina. University of North Carolina Press. 1937. 565pp.

Steven Levitsky; Maria Victoria Murillo (editors). Argentine Democracy: The Politics of Institutional Weakness. Penn State Press. 2006. 325pp.

Daniel K. Lewis. The History of Argentina. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2001. 214pp.

Paul H. Lewis. The Governments of Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico. Thomas Y. Crowell. 1974. 336pp.

Colin M. MacLachlan. Argentina: What Went Wrong. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2006. 221pp.

Deborah L. Norden. Military Rebellion in Argentina: Between Coups and Consolidation. University of Nebraska Press. 1996. 240pp.

Deborah L. Norden; Roberto Russell. The United States and Argentina: Changing Relations in a Changing World. Routledge. 2002. 167pp.

George Pendle. Argentina. Oxford University Press. 1961. 208pp.

Harold F. Peterson. Argentina and the United States, 1810-1960. SUNY Press. 1964. 627pp.

Daniel Poneman. Argentina: Democracy on Trial. Paragon House. 1987. 238pp.

Robert A. Potash. The Army and Politics in Argentina, 1962-73: From Frondizi's Fall to the Peronist Restoration. Stanford University Press. 1996. 568pp.

William Ratliff; Roger Fontaine. Changing Course: The Capitalist Revolution in Argentina. Hoover Institution. 1990. 60pp.

Mónica Esti Rein. Translated by Martha Grenzeback. Politics and Education in Argentina, 1946-1962. M. E. Sharpe. 1998. 225pp.

Karen L. Remmer. Party Competition in Argentina and Chile: Political Recruitment and Public Policy, 1890-1930. University of Nebraska Press. 1984. 296pp.

Ysabel F. Rennie. The Argentina Republic. New York: Macmillan. 1945. 431pp.

David Rock. Argentina, 1516-1987: From Spanish Colonization to the Falklands War. London: I. B. Taurus. 1986. 478pp.

David Rock. Authoritarian Argentina: The Nationalist Movement, Its History, and Its Impact. University of California Press. 1993. 320pp.

David Rock. State Building and Political Movements in Argentina, 1860-1916. Stanford University Press. 2002. 316pp.

Julia Rodríguez. Civilizing Argentina: Science, Medicine, and the Modern State. University of North Carolina Press. 2006. 306pp.

Larry Sawers. The Other Argentina: The Interior and National Development. Westview Press. 1996. 326pp.

Arnd Schneider. Futures Lost: Nostalgia and Identity Among Italian Immigrants in Argentina. Peter Lang. 2000. 343pp.

Lars Schoultz. The Populist Challenge: Argentine Electoral Behavior in the Postwar Era. University of North Carolina Press. 1983. 160pp.

James R. Scobie. Argentina: A City and a Nation. Oxford University Press. 1971. 323pp.

Marina Sitrin (editor). Horizontalism: Voices of Popular Power in Argentina. AK Press. 2006. 255pp.

O. Edmund Smith. Yankee Diplomacy: U.S. Intervention in Argentina. Southern Methodist University Press. 1953. 196pp.

Peter H. Smith. Argentina and the Failure of Democracy: Conflict Among Political Elites, 1904-1955. University of Wisconsin Press. 1974. 215pp.

Peter H. Smith. Politics and Beef in Argentina: Patterns of Conflict and Change. Columbia University Press. 1969. 292pp.

Peter G. Snow. Political Forces in Argentina. Allyn and Bacon. 1971. 157pp.

Carl E. Solberg. Oil and Nationalism in Argentina: A History. Stanford University Press. 1979. 245pp.

Carl E. Solberg. The Prairies and the Pampas: Agrarian Policy in Canada and Argentina, 1880-1930. Stanford University Press. 1987. 297pp.

Laura Tedesco. Democracy in Argentina: Hope and Disillusion. Routledge. 1999. 209pp.

Laura Tedesco; Jonathan R. Barton. The State of Democracy in Latin America: Post-transitional Conflicts in Argentina and Chile. Routledge. 2004. 233pp.

Joseph S. Tulchin; Allison M. Garland (editors). Argentina: The Challenges of Modernization. Rowman & Littlefield. 1997. 346pp.

Aldo César Vacs. Discreet Partners: Argentina and the USSR Since 1917. University of Pittsburgh Press. 1984. 154pp. Translation of Los socios discretos.

Richard J. Walter. The Socialist Party of Argentina, 1890-1930. Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin. 1977. 284pp.

Richard J. Walter. The Province of Buenos Aires and Argentine Politics, 1912-1943. Cambridge University Press. 2002. 260pp.

Robert Weisbrot. The Jews of Argentina: From the Inquisition to Perón. Jewish Publication Society of America. 1979. 348pp.

Arthur P. Whitaker. The United States and Argentina. Harvard University Press. 1954. 272pp.

Arthur Preston Whitaker. Argentina. Prentice-Hall. 1964. 184pp.

Ione S. Wright; Lisa M. Nekhom. Historical Dictionary of Argentina. Scarecrow Press. 1978. 1113pp.

Gary W. Wynia. Argentina: Illusions and Realities. New York and London: Holmes & Meier. 1986. 207pp.

Marta Raquel Zabaleta. Feminine Stereotypes and Roles in Theory and Practice in Argentina Before and After the First Lady Eva Peron. E. Mellen Press. 2000. 405pp.

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