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HERRERO, Fabián. Anti-federalist Scenarios: Rejecting the Fragmentation of Power and Defending the Leadership of Buenos Aires. Secuencia [online]. 2010, n.76, pp.75-99. ISSN 2395-8464.

During the 1810s, federalism in Buenos Aires experienced various moments when it emerged clearly, particularly between 1815 and 1820. However, insufficient attention has been paid to the discourse that challenged it from a position of power. This discourse left a trail that I have called anti-federalism in this study, and involves various issues, such as the distribution of jobs, the question of the location of the capital and the policy governing territorial jurisdictions. This study explores this anti-federalist, discursive line on the basis of the court provided by the local press.

Keywords : Federalism; Antifederalism; Revolution; Power-Parties.

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