2 edition of ideology and program of the Peruvian Aprista movement. found in the catalog.
ideology and program of the Peruvian Aprista movement.
Bibliography: p. 139-154.
|Series||University of California publications in political science,, v. 4, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||JA37 .C3 vol. 4, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 163 p.|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||a 53009503|
Biography of Víctor Raúl Haya de la Torre (). Peruvian politician born in Trujillo on Febru and died on August 3, His parents were Raúl Edmundo beech Cardenas and Zoila victory of the Tower Cardenas. Peruvian party literature does exist mainly because Peru is the home of the Apristas () and their leader Haya de la Torre, one of the rare original political theorists of Latin America. In Peruvian politics up through one tended to be either pro-APRA of anti-APRA, and this cleavage carries over into the scholarly literature.
Ideology Versus Reality: The Rise and Fall of Social Revolution in Peru by Matthew Andrew Templeman, M.A. The University of Texas at Austin, Supervisor: Henry A. Dietz In Latin America, a social revolution is statistically far more likely to fail than to succeed. Yet there is little understanding as to the contributory factors of revolutionary. Jose Carlos Mariátegui and Peruvian socialism. By TOM O’LINCOLN. A slightly different version appeared in Socialist Review No 2, Melbourne, Winter, Jose Carlos Mariátegui seems to be little known outside Latin America. Yet in that region, he .
KANTOR, HARRY, COMP - Sources for the Study of the Peruvian Aprista Movement Foreword by Margaret Enid Knox KANTOR, HARRY - The Ideology and Program of the Peruvian Aprista Movement KANTOROVITCH, HAIM - Towards Socialist Reorientation. But the growth and activity of armed movements like the Communist Party of Peru–Sendero Luminoso (Shining Path) and the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA) in the s led to an internal war that killed s people, including social movement leaders, and “a very aggressively anti-left, anti-movement stigmatizing discourse was.
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Particular mention should be made of Victor Raul Haya de la Torre. Full text of "Ideology and program of the Peruvian Aprista movement" See other formats. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kantor, Harry.
Ideology and program of the Peruvian Aprista movement. Washington, Savile Books, (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kantor, Harry. Ideology and program of the Peruvian Aprista movement. Berkeley, University of California Press, Peru - Peru - Formation of the Aprista movement: The American Popular Revolutionary Alliance (APRA), known as the “Aprista movement,” was formed in in Mexico City by Víctor Raúl Haya de la Torre, an intellectual then in exile.
Internationally, it expressed the ideals of the unity of American Indians and the elimination of U.S. imperialism. Modernization, Dislocation, and Aprismo: Origins of the Peruvian Aprista Party, (Llilas Latin American Monograph) [Klarén, Peter F.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Modernization, Dislocation, and Aprismo: Origins of the Peruvian Aprista Party, (Llilas Latin American Monograph)Cited by: Lopez Soria's El pensarnientofascista ().
The book lists dozens of supposedly well-known Peruvian fascists in the S and groups them into three distinctive categories depending on class and ideological orien-tation. The first, "aristocratic" fascism, sought a restoration of the values of the old aristocracy.
Stanley Rycroft, “Intellectual Renaissance in Latin America,” Book Review of The Ideology and Program of the Peruvian Aprista Movement, by Harry Kantor, in International Review of Missions, vol.
43, no. 2 (April, ), External links. History of the Literary Movement in Peru By Maria Anderson The literary movement in Peru played an integral role in creating social change, expressing and forging an identity on both the national and the individual level, and analyzing the past in terms of preparing for what lay in store for Peru in the future.
González Prada's influence on the Aprista movement is analyzed in Harry Kantor, The Ideology and Program of the Peruvian Aprista Movement (), in Robert E.
McNicoll, "Intellectual Origins of Aprismo," and in Harold A. Bierck, ed., Latin American Civilization: Readings and. The ideology and program of the Peruvian Aprista movement. Univ of California Press, Google Scholar Mejía Baca, J., and Tauro, A., Diccionário Enticlopédico del Perú.
2 For background development of the liberal democratic reform movement, see Ameringer, Charles, The Democratic Left in Exile: The Antidictatorial Struggle in the Caribbean – (Coral Gables, Univ.
of Miami Press, ); Hilliker, Grant, The Politics of Reform in Peru: The Aprista and Other Mass Parties of Latin America (Johns Hopkins Cited by: 3. I opened Hilliker's book hoping to find answers to a number of central questions about the Aprista movement: how a party viewed from the United States as reformist, innovative, and anti-imperialist came to be The Ideology and Program of the Peruvian Aprista Movement, rev.
(Washington D.C.: Savile Books, ), p. Institutionalization Variables, Year of Origin and Name ChangesAC7 0, AC7 The Allianza Popular Revolucionaria Americana (APRA) was founded in at Mexico City. Haya de la Torre and other student leaders, exiled by Peruvian dictator Leguia following the student-worker demonstrations oforiginally conceived the party as an international.
The American Popular Revolutionary Alliance - Peruvian Aprista Party (Spanish: Alianza Popular Revolucionaria Americana - Partido Aprista Peruano) (listen (help info)) is a centre-left Peruvian political party.
At the legislative elections held on 9 Aprilthe party won % of the popular vote and 36 out of seats in the Congress of the Republic.
The Sunflower Student Movement was a protest movement in Taiwan against a trade agreement with the People’s Republic of China (PRC) by students and civic groups, in which the national.
The Fates of Political Parties provides a compelling explanation to this important but understudied question. Jennifer Cyr carefully shows how high-cost organizational and ideational resources, such as party branches, militants, ideologies, and brands, shape the Cited by: 4.
LATIN-AMERICAN STUDENT CONFERENCE OF SANTIAGO: ANTI-IMPERIALISM AND INDOAMERICANISM IN THE CHILEAN STUDENT MOVEMENT () The Ideology and Program of the Peruvian Aprista Movement.
A pioneer in Haya’s case was the historically oriented political scientist Harry Kantor, whose The Ideology and Program of the Peruvian Aprista Movement appeared in ; 59 and the most recent treatment is an article on the spiritual dimensions of Haya’s thought by Fredrick Pike.
60 The latter had earlier set out to debunk APRA and Haya de. For a description of its activities in the s and ’30s see Peter Klarén, Modernization, Dislocation, and Aprismo: Origins of the Peruvian Aprista Party (Austin, ); Harry Kantor, The Ideology and Program of the Peruvian Aprista Movement, 2d ed.
(Washington, ); Víctor Villanueva, El APRA en busca del poder, (Lima, Cited by: 3. The Ideology and Program of the Peruvian Aprista Movement. Washington: Saville Books, 8vo. Wraps, d.w. p. Fine in d.w. with one internally mended tear. This book "deals chiefly with the technique by which the United Fruit Company and less important fruit companies have Illus.
with photos. Chicago: New American Movement, (Harry Kantor, The Ideology and Program of the Peruvian Aprista Movement (Berkeley: University of California Press, ); L. Vincent Padgett, "Mexico's One-Party System: Re-evaluation," The American Political Science Review, Li, no.
4, December Among the more general discussions are those of Brandenburg,Cited by: This was a nationalistic movement, populist and anti-imperialist, headed by Victor Raul Haya de la Torre in The Socialist Party of Peru, later the Peruvian Communist Party, was created four years later and it was led by Jose C.