Animales: Civilization and Barbarism in Argentine Soccer

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In an almost religious manner, Aloé pays homage to the "miracle" of Perón's spiritual transformation of the nation. The victories of Argentine athletes at the Pan-Am Games were the proper way to show gratitude to this humble couple. A great example…

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With a team of amateur players, Argentina wins the Panamerican Games in Mexico and receives praise from the Mexican media

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Various articles report on the opening ceremonies and days to the 1951 Pan-American Games, with a focus squarely on the sporting aspect of the event.

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One of the standout performers of the 1951 Pan-American Games was Elsa Irigoyen, who later served a crucial role in the diffusion of female sports in the Peronist government.

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An accomplished swimmer, Schultz became one of the popular figures of the 1951 Pan-Am Games.

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The tournament became a resounding success for the Peronist state and Argentina. The president takes time to greet basketball players.

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Perón and his wife Eva are front and center of this assessment of the 1951 Pan-Am Games, largely seen in Argentina as a resounding success for the country on the world stage.

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The preview includes a letter of support from Perón to his nation's athletes

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A variety of superlatives color the account of the opening cermonies of the 1951 Pan-American Games. There is some mention of the ticket prices and the fact that Perón was concerned about the ability of the nation's "most humble" citizens being able…
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