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Introduction
1 Interview with Elda G., April 1996. The rest of the interviews mentioned in the text
were done between May 2003 and August 2005.
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dad, ambiente urbano e higiene social: Rosario entre fines del siglo XIX y comien-
zos del XX,” in Diego Armus, ed., Sectores populares y vida urbana (Buenos Aires:
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