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Jauretche spent his childhood and adolescence in the city of Lincoln before moving to Buenos Aires. He was influenced by the poet and Tango lyricist Homero Manziwhose working-class appeal struck Jauretche, himself of rural origin, as a zoncears political strategy.
Inwhen Yrigoyen assumed his second mandate following the interlude of Marcelo T. Jauretche joined the armed struggle against the coup, and subsequently opposed the regime with intense political action. In manaul, in the province of Corrienteshe took part in a failed uprising led by Colonels Francisco Bosch and Gregorio Pomar.
Jauretche was imprisoned for his role in the uprising. In prison, he wrote a poetic account of the episode in the gauchesque style, titling the work Paso de los Libres. It was published in with a prologue by Jorge Luis Borgeswith whom Jauretche differed markedly in political matters.
Jauretche’s clash with Alvear ‘s leading faction quickly radicalized him. When Alvear decided in to abandon the UCR’s policy of abstentionism, a significant portion of the left split from the party. They argued that the Central Bank had been founded to solidify British control of the Argentine monetary and financial system, and that the Transport Corporation zojceras been nauretche to allow British railways to operate without competition.
FORJA opposed the breaking off of relations with the Soviet Unionon the basis that the Soviet bloc was ce major potential market for Argentine agricultural exports.
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They alleged that Justo’s government had abused the policy of federal intervention to punish provinces where anti-government parties had enjoyed electoral success, and blamed Justo for dropping wages and rising unemployment. One of FORJA’s fundamental principles was the maintenance of Argentine neutrality in the run-up to the Second World Warand it was the only party to adopt this position.
FORJA became further radicalized, and shifted towards more nationalistic positions. He departed inleaving Jauretche in control. Though he was always critical of it, Jauretche supported Peronism after October 17, Having been out of government for a few years meant that, for once, he was able to avoid political persecution.
In he published the essay El Plan Jauretcje The harshness of his opposition zoceras him to be exiled zoncetas Montevideo.
There in he published Los profetas del odio The prophets of hatea polemical study of class relations in Argentina since the rise of Peronism. Although bourgeois mxnual interests had been advanced by the development of a dense layer of consumers, they nevertheless remained reticent towards the habits of the working classes, a “myopia” which Jauretche would criticize frequently.
Recall the crowds in October of ’45, who took over the city for two days, who didn’t break a single window and whose greatest crime was washing feet in the Plaza de Mayo Recall those crowds, even in tragic times, and you will recall that they always sang together — something very unusual for us — and they remain such singers today, but have been banned by decree from singing.
They were not resentful. They were happy criollos because they were willing to throw away their sandals to buy shoes and even books and records, to take vacations, to meet in restaurants, to be sure of bread and a place to live, to live something like the “western” life which was denied to them even then.
Jauretche’s proposal was one of integration, whereby the common interest of the bourgeoisie and proletariat would be served by the development of a solid national economy.
This position, which was difficult to reconcile with the populism of Peronism, attracted the enmity both of economic liberals and the justicialist leadership.
In Los profetas del odioJauretche identified the chief enemies of national development as the liberal and cosmopolitan intelligentsia, whose fascination zonderas European culture led them to apply European solutions uncritically to Argentine problems, without consideration for historical differences and the continents’ distinct places in the manuall community.
Jauretche combined his own interpretation of contemporary reality with the nascent techniques of historical revisionism. In previous decades, when the national identity had been based on the simultaneous opposition to British capital and European immigration, historical revisionism had been allied with the conservative nationalism of the creole aristocracy. The upper classes soon came to adopt a liberal economic and social outlook, and the work of Dd and the Forjistas proved pivotal in realigning historical revisionism with populism, taking in the struggle the labor movement and the montonera tradition.
Subsequently the politicization of historical interpretation would become more evident, in keeping with the profound cultural and political radicalization that characterized the period. In Jauretche published National Policy and Historical Revisionismin which he elaborated on his own place at the center of the deeply divided revisionist movement, speaking as much about the grass-roots movement he made possible as about actual historical questions.
In the struggle between revisionism and anti-revisionism, which in a large part was a division between left and right, Jauretche left no doubt as to his allegiance with the former.
Nevertheless, after Frondizi’s election, Jauretche was severely critical of his development program and his pursuit of foreign investment, particularly with respect to petroleum. Induring a bitterly contested election in which the Peronist vote was divided among various candidates, Jauretche endorsed the socialist Alfredo Palacios. When his political career was cut short, Jauretche returned to literature. During the s he published frequently and prolifically, contributing to journals and periodicals as well as releasing highly successful collections of essays.
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