This introductory chapter sets out the book's purpose, which is to explore the interaction between nationalism and the politics of history in twentieth-century Argentina. It focuses on the ways in which intellectuals as well as more strictly political actors and the state have produced and used understandings of national identity by promoting, co-opting, or repressing historical narratives. The chapter also discusses the problems of existing literature on nationalism in Argentina.
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