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Yet, as Gálvez noted, the liberal revolution never entirely eliminated the past, whose remnants remained visible in the country's more underdeveloped regions and in institutions led by the church. "Religious intolerance still exists," commented a visitor from the United States in 1886, "especially in those sectors . . "4 Although the Nationalists themselves continually magnified and distorted them, there were at least some links binding their movement to the preliberal past. In its formative stages before World War I, the Nationalist movement displayed strong provincial connections, an entrenched parochial mentality, and a bias against the city of Buenos Aires.
59 In Argentina, the Nationalists betrayed many traces of the rhetoric and the conceptual schemes of Menéndez Pelayo. "60 Under the spell of Menéndez Pelayo's "myth of Castile," the Nationalists extolled the "ancient apostolic and warrior spirit of the Middle Ages and the Catholic kings" that had accomplished the conquest of the Americas. "61 "We belong to the Christian west," proclaimed Genta in Argentina, "because Spain sowed this territory with the spirit of the two Romes, the human spirit of Caesar and the divine spirit of St.
Inequality among people was also "natural," but the great mistake is to believe that class is naturally hostile to class; that rich and poor are intended by nature to live at war with one another. So irrational and false is this view that the exact opposite is the case. " Rerum Novarum looked favorably on governments willing to protect an "equilibrium" between the classes, to prevent the accumulation of excessive wealth, and to strive for "distributive justice, . . "47 The encyclical asserted people's rights to form associations, defining these rights as inherent to the "natural sociability" of human beings.
Authoritarian Argentina: The Nationalist Movement, Its History and Its Impact by David Rock