Argentine Republic. The question between Buenos Ayres and the provinces of the Argentine Confederation, and the means by which foreign nations can co-operate in its solution.

Discussion of the objections of Buenos Aires to General Urquiza's National Constitution, the uniting of the provinces and the principle of the Argentine national sovereignty, and the treatises of free navigation of inland rivers flowing into the Plata
Item Type: Book or pamphlet
Creators: Sarsfield, Dalmacio Velez
Date: 1859
Place of Publication: London
Publisher: D. Lane
Number of Pages: 19
Theme: Economic Policy, Development and Ideas, Political Culture
Country/Region: Argentina
Keywords: Constitutionalism, Domestic Commerce, International Commerce, Free Trade, Justo José de Urquiza, Sovereignty
URI: http://liberalism-in-americas.org/id/eprint/44
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