They Had to be Women

Felipe Pigna

Impudent, rebellious and combative. The history of Argentine women by Felipe Pigna.

Charles Fourier said that ‘social progress and epochal changes occur proportionally to the progress made by women towards freedom'. This work presents an overview of the leading roles that women have played in Argentine history, from indigenous communities to the first victories in the struggle for equality. It also addresses everyday life and legal, social and cultural contexts as well as women's involvement in historical, political and economic processes, which has always far more significant than is generally documented. This important book explores the lives of the women who broke the moulds that society sought to impose upon them, what was said about them and what they said about themselves, the country and the world they helped to build.


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