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Sistema político y actitudes sociales en la legitimación de la dictadura militar argentina (1976-1983)

Daniel Lvovich
Ayer
No. 75, La ofensiva cultural norteamericana durante la Guerra Fría (2009), pp. 275-299
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41326034
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Sistema político y actitudes sociales en la legitimación de la dictadura militar argentina (1976-1983)
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Abstract

Este artículo aborda la problemática de los apoyos sociales y modos de légitimatión que obtuvo la dictadura militar instaurada en 1976 en la Argentina. Para ello, considera las tradiciones previas sobre las que se asentó y el modo en que el escenario político de los anos previos al golpe militar condicionó las lecturas de su advenimiento. Da cuenta, asimismo, de las características del sistema político argentino que explican la legitimidad obtenida por el régimen entre los principales partidos politicos, e intenta dar cuenta de algunas claves interpretativas que explican el apoyo obtenido por la dictadura entre sectores considerables de la población argentina. This article addresses the problem of social supports and means of legitimizing the military dictatorship that was established in 1976 in Argentina. In order to do so, it analyzes the previous traditions on which the dictatorship settled and how the political scene in the years before the military coup conditioned further readings. It also gives an account of the characteristics of the Argentine political system to explain the legitimacy gained by the regime between the major political parties and attempts to account for some clues to explain the interpretative support for the dictatorship between significant sectors of the Argentine population.

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