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Tipos de capitalismo y estructura de clases : elementos para el analisis de la estructura social de la Argentina / Miguel Murmis. La formacion de la sociedad argentina, 1500-1800 / Mario Persico, Carlos Ramil Cepeda
Bib ID 1025932
Format BookBook
Author
Murmis, Miguel
 
Description Buenos Aires : Ediciones La Rosa Blindada, c1974 
135 p. ; 22 cm. 
Series

Cuadernos latinoamericanos ; 1

Notes

Bibliography: p. 135.

Subjects Social classes - Argentina.  |  Argentina - Social conditions.  |  Argentina - Economic conditions.
Other authors/contributors Ramil Cepeda, Carlos, joint author  |  Persico, Mario. Formacion de la sociedad argentina, 1500-1800

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