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Cuyo

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RUBINELLI, María Luisa. On the Mirror of the Bicentenary. Cuyo [online]. 2011, vol.28, n.1, pp. 11-34. ISSN 1853-3175.

The author analyzes the historical conditions of Argentina's Northwest during its conformation, and its particular characteristics through the revolutionary process of 1810 and some of its repercussions in the future. Historical, linguistic and regional anthropological studies are used in this analysis, as well as the testimony of the engaged humanists (thinkers, philosophers) of its time. The local native population appears in situations of inequality and exploitation during this long period, as seen through the works of leaders such as M. A. Tanco, J. L. Torres and the Tarja group. Currently, in spite of the progress achieved at the level of Agreements and Declarations by international organizations, their legitimate demand and actual recognition is a pending debt, which carries ethical connotations that question the basic principles of our democracy.

Keywords : NWA Region; History of Ideas; Revolutionary Process; Peoples.

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