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Ideas and practices of nationality and citizenship in the Republic of Argentina (and before that, in the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata and the Inca Empire) have changed with distinct periods of its history, including but not limited to periods of indigenous, colonial, republican, and military rule.

These periods, in which political rights were often denied to both citizens and non-citizens, encouraged the development of resistance movements. This history of resistance and fighting for political rights is deeply imbedded in the modern Argentine notion of citizenship.


History of Argentine nationality sections
Intro   Inca nationality    Colonisation and the Viceroyalty    Independence and the new Republic   Immigration in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries   Per\u00f3n and a new collective identity   Guerra Sucia and Military Rule   Present day    See also    Notes   

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Ideas and practices of nationality and citizenship in the Republic of Argentina (and before that, in the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata and the Inca Empire) have changed with distinct periods of its history, including but not limited to periods of indigenous, colonial, republican, and military rule.

These periods, in which political rights were often denied to both citizens and non-citizens, encouraged the development of resistance movements. This history of resistance and fighting for political rights is deeply imbedded in the modern Argentine notion of citizenship.


History of Argentine nationality sections
Intro   Inca nationality    Colonisation and the Viceroyalty    Independence and the new Republic   Immigration in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries   Per\u00f3n and a new collective identity   Guerra Sucia and Military Rule   Present day    See also    Notes   

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Inca nationality
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