A Vital Form of Public Space: Mariátegui’s Revolution in Modernity

@inproceedings{Miller2008AVF,
  title={A Vital Form of Public Space: Mari{\'a}tegui’s Revolution in Modernity},
  author={N. Miller},
  year={2008}
}
The question of how to develop an authentic alternative to the technocratic modernity favored by local elites and imperialist powers has long preoccupied the Latin American Left. By the 1920s, social democracy (discussed in chapter 3) was increasingly seen as deficient, not least because of the continuing readiness of the elites to repress even peaceful demonstrations of labor power. In this respect, a major turning point was Argentina’s Semana Tragica (Tragic Week) of 1919, when the reformist… Expand

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