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Revista Brasileira de História

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Abstract

SECRETO, Maria Verónica. Connected stories, integrated stories: Brazil and Argentina in search of a third in the nineteenth century. Rev. Bras. Hist. [online]. 2014, vol.34, n.68, pp.83-99. ISSN 1806-9347.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0102-01882014000200005.

During the nineteenth century there was an explicit comparativism on issues of immigration, colonization and land. This comparativismo was sustained idea of competition between countries for the same resource: immigrants. In the writings, canonical today, of Nicolás Avellaneda of Argentina and Candido Tavares Bastos of Brazil comparisons followed a script that we can define as classic: the United States and Australia, including in some circumstances, given the influence of the French economic journals, Algeria.

Keywords : comparative history; connected stories; immigration.

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