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Register of the Uruguayan subject collection, 1918-1990
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Series Description

Box 1

SUBJECT FILE, 1918-1990.

Scope and Content Note

Pamphlets, leaflets, serial issues, studies, and bulletins, primarily concerning political and economic conditions. Includes material regarding the Tupamaro guerrilla movement
Record cabinet


Scope and Content Note

One phonorecord of protest songs

Container List


SUBJECT FILE, 1918-1990

Box 1., Folder 1

General. Pamphlets, 1918-1980. Includes a history of Uruguayan political parties by Setembrino E. Pereda and a printed copy of the 1980 constitution

Folder 2

Economics. Serial issues and pamphlets, 1976-1980. Includes individual numbers of GEOSUR, published by the Asociacion Sudamericana de Estudios Geopoliticos e Internacionales

Folder 3

Elections, 1989. Report, 1990



Folder 4

General. Serial issues and pamphlets, 1975-1987. Includes material relating to human rights, student movements, the Frente Amplio, and the Plenario Intersindical de Trabajadores - Convencion Nacional de Trabajadores (PIT-CNT)

Folder 5

Movimiento de Liberacion Nacional - Tupamaros. Pamphlets, 1971-1981. Includes material on the kidnapping of Dan Mitrione and anti-Tupamaro writings from rightwing perspectives

Folder 6

Partido Comunista del Uruguay. Serial issues and pamphlet, 1972-1983. Includes text concerning Georgi Dimitrov

Folder 7

Partido Socialista Uruguayo. Pamphlet containing a speech by Jose Diaz, 1967

Folder 8

Partido Blanco (Partido Nacional). Serial issues, 1986-1987

Folder 9

Women. "Declaracion de las Mujeres Uruguayas," statement, 1974[?]



Folder Record cabinet

One phonorecord, "Tear Down the Fences!: A Desalambrar!," protest songs performed by Daniel Viglietti, 1973 (recorded in 1967)