Pt. 1. Antecedents, 1890-1914. 1. Chile: The Decline of a Manly People. 2. A Polluted Argentina. 3. Brazil: A Fractured Republic. 4. Conclusion
Pt. 2. The Era of the Ligas: World War I to the Mid-1920s. 5. Chile: Defending the Fatherland. 6. Argentinizing Labor. 7. Against Anarchism: Brazilian Nationalism. 8. Conclusion
Pt. 3. The Era of Fascism: The Late 1920s to 1939. 9. Chile: Socialism for the Twentieth Century. 10. Argentina: For Fatherland, Labor, and Social Justice. 11. Brazil: A Revolution of the Heart and Soul. 12. Conclusion.
"This is the first book to explicitly compare extreme rightist organizations, ideas, and actions in different national settings in Latin America. Hardly an undifferentiated whole, the right in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile has changed over time and has contained moderate and extreme factions: the book's title, Las Derechas, emphasizes this diversity.
The author focuses on extreme right-wing movements, showing how their class and gender composition, motives, programs, and activities varied over time and between countries."--BOOK JACKET.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 405-461) and index.