INDEX
Page numbers for illustrative materials are indicated by the use of italics.
4 June barrio, 128, 140, 190, 234, 260,
270, 283
aad (Agrupación de Arquitectos Demo-
cráticos), 201, 210
La Acción (San Juan): Alvarado’s co-
opting of, 233; on barrios, 170–71; on
moving, 150; Sacriste report published
by, 144–45; on ‘‘setting the line,’’ 275
adobe construction: banned, 254; cinva
innovations in, 294; concrete replac-
ing, 284, 296; condemnation of, 117–
18; in earthquakes, 3–4, 116–17; in
emergency housing, 130–31; journal-
ists on, 130; in Mendoza, 118–19; Sac-
riste’s defense of, 143; as sign of social
injustice, 118–19
aftershocks, 125
agricultural labor, 28–30, 140, 164–65.
See also labor
agriculture: in the Ferrari-Hardoy plan,
164–65; in the Five-Year Plan (sec-
ond), 222; industrialization of, pro-
posed, 143; small-scale, 29. See also
grape monoculture
aid campaign for provinces, 150
aid collection. See relief collection
Albardón, earthquake damage to, 57
alpargatas, symbolism of, 42, 209
‘‘Alpargatas Yes, Books No,’’ 209–10
Alvarado, Juan Luis: Cantoni, distrust of,
227; coalition of, 226–29, 232–33; on
experts, 225–26; forja, founded by,
226; inaugural address of, 220; Pero-
nism defended by, 234; Perón’s sup-
port for, 215–16; political agenda of,
225; press co-opted by, 233–34;
provincial bill for rebuilding and, 230–
31; wine tax proposal of, 232
Amado, Elias, 241
Amigos Sanjuaninos, 109–10, 149–50
anti-Peronism, 269–71, 276–78
anti-seismic construction: in 1952 earth-
quake, 263; adobe as, 294; in Bereter-
bide-Vautier plan, 103; concrete in, 121;
in emergency housing, 130; fuerzas
vivas support for, 120; geologists on,
120; in housing, 284–85; in ‘‘keepers’’
arguments, 111–12, 145; in the press,
145; in San Juan Province, 286
Aramburo, Manuel: Chamber of Com-
merce on, 250; conflict of, with archi-
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