Domingo Faustino Sarmiento describes the historical heritage of the Argentina on the verge of the revolutionary important changes within the state. In this respect he outlines different kinds of peoples and tribes. …
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First of all, the author points out that a bad gaucho is not a bandit, but a man who steals horses due to the fact that it is “his profession, his trade, his science” (Sarmiento & Ross, 2003, p. 69). This is why the bad side of gauchos is their devotion for stealing instead of working and gaining things in an honorable way. It is here that Sarmiento emphasizes what made gauchos replaced by farmers and laborers at the time (Goodrich & Sorensen, 1996). Thus, it is a standpoint to think of defects gauchos possessed in terms of further effects on the country. The question is that chaos and lack of order came from bad gauchos due to their love for stealing horses every now and then.
Therefore, Sarmiento’s discourse on the bad features relevant to gauchos touches upon their devotion to stealing horses throughout the Argentina. In this respect gauchos were well associated with outlaws and those who have no idea of order and rules of living in the society (Ramos, 2001). Thus, their example teach people about the reasons why gauchos had a bad effect in the history of Latin America.
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The two works: - Schiller’s ‘Der Verbrecher aus verlorener Ehre’ and Kleist’s Die Verlobung in St. Domingo best illustrate the nature of violence in society: here being exemplified from the German peoples’ perspective.
However, true formation of the Argentinean nation began after their independence that was a period marred with civil wars. It was during this time that Juan Manuel de Rosas came into power. He was born into a family that had wealth and power (Sarmiento, Mann & Stavans 7).
He initiated such progress by inviting Europeans in some of the villages. From his text, it becomes evident that there was a form of friction between the civilized and barbaric world. He sought to criticize the fact that Rosas supported barbarism without realizing how much progress civilization would bring to the argentine society.
Aqu el clima no es tan extremo como en Nueva York, donde nos conocimos y donde nacimos. Mi esposa tiene 30 aos de edad. Pasamos nuestra luna de miel en la Repblica Dominicana y al poco tiempo de compartir con la gente de este pas nos dimos cuenta que este es un buen lugar para vivir a pesar de que su idioma es el espaol.
Latin America is composed of twenty independent countries, those are Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua. Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.
However, as Peron took over, the day became a Fiesta del Trabajo (Celebration of Work), a day that spread patriotism and peace2.
Admittedly, Peron was a man who knew how to use political rituals for mass mobilization and vice versa.