1962 – 1971
Apicella, Mayor Horacio
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions and notes on an interview conducted with Mayor Horacio Apicella about the period 1946-1955, in particular about Perón. Also includes a speech by Apicella covering topics such as his position on democracy, the economy, and the army.
Pérez Leirós, Francisco
Argentina - Robert Potash's notes from an interview conducted with Francisco Pérez Leirós. Topics include the evolution of the trade unions, labor unions and Peronist unions; leaders and corruption, legal regime, military influence and government's interventions; personal and political talks about Juan Domingo and Eva Perón; and the relations between Pérez and Peronism.
Levingston, Roberto Marcelo, 1920-
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions and transcript from an interview with General Roberto Levingston. Topics include the "Comunicado N. 150", the military influence on Illia's government and coup, the relationships between gremial sectors and the army, Onganía's ouster, Levingston's presidency, Lanusse's role in those events, the Argentine economy, interest groups, the steel industry and Perón's... more
Illia, Ricardo H. (Ricardo Horacio)
Argentina - Robert Potash's notes for an interview conducted with Ricardo Illia. Primary topics addressed: Arturo Illia's presidency, his relationship with the army, and economic policy.
Argentina - Robert Potash's notes and transcript for an interview conducted with General Pedro Castiñeiras. Primary topics addressed: role of the army in Argentine political and economic life, metal industry, financial details and the changes in the government and the economy during Perón's presidency.
1940 – 1962
Molinari, Diego Luis, 1889-1966
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions and notes from two interviews with Dr. Diego Luis Molinari and a pamphlet from the Radical Party establishing principles of a new Argentine foundation. Topics include the social, political, cultural and economic state's reorganization; revolutions, uprisings and coups and key figures between 1930 and 1945; Molinari's perceptions on Perón, and the "Ahora" movem... more