Development and Politics of Argentine Immigration Policy, 1852-1914 to Govern is to Populate
|Author: ||Castro, Donald|
Focuses on the evolutions of Argentine immigration policies and the discussion of the social, political and economic issues involved in the related political debate. Class, regional and economic interests (particularly self-interest) of the Argentine ruling elites are of special interest.
"The book's greatest contribution is to provide an institutional history of the Argentine national immigration service. . . . I found the chapter on the immigration agents in Europe to be especially informative." - International Migration Review
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