Espejo: Planeta, 2000. First Edition (presumed). Softcover. Used - Very Good. End papers and edges slightly foxed. Index. 14.5 x 22cm. 217 pp. Item #10192
This book is a brilliant portrait of Argentine history between the first foundation of Buenos Aires and the years following the collapse of Peron's second presidency. By focusing on each determining event, the author not only analyzes a particular historical moment but also sheds light on present times. History, in last instance, is a useful instrument for understanding the present reality of every country. In this comprehensive, pleasant and easy to read book, Felix Luna offers all his wisdom for the reader to reflect upon the constitution and the development of a complex -and many times contradictory- but very interesting society. A Short History of the Argentinians should be read by every person wishing to understand the basis upon which the peculiarity of Argentina and its inhabitants is founded. Whether you are a student, a teacher, a businessman or businesswoman eager to participate in any of the countless activities this country offers you, you will find all you want to know about Argentina in one book.