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Trabajo y sociedad

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Abstract

BARANDIARAN, Luciano. The Socialist Party of Buenos Aires and the permanent rural workers (Tandil, 1920). Trab. soc. [online]. 2012, n.19, pp. 0-0. ISSN 1514-6871.

The proposals socialist whose references were permanent rural workers were minority compared to the messages sent to other popular sectors of agriculture, as small producers and rural workers transient. But that does not mean that workers engaged farmer work-related, which was developed especially in the Pampas stays, there is been questioned by the Socialist Party. Focusing on the writings of social affiliations Anacleto Farias, who wrote on this subject in the city of Tandil in 1920, we will study the nature of those messages. In summary, this paper attempts to analyze the place that gave them socialism to the workers within the party project.

Keywords : Socialist Party; Permanent rural workers; Rural politics; Tandil; Martín Fierro.

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