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Title: La entrega de las riquezas petroliferas Argentinas a un pulpo internacional Author: Santander, Silvano Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Critical of Peron regime's perceived "handover" of petroleum industry to foreign companies. Title: Informe al pais de situacion economica y financiera Author: Lonardi, Eduardo Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Dire assessment of economic health stressing need for reform. Title: Informe preliminar acerca de la situacion economica Author: Prebisch, Raul Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Identifies problems afflicting economy and proposes solutions.

Title: Republica Argentina Junta Consultiva Nacional: 2a reunion ordinaria Author: Argentina Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Discussion during meeting between president and advisors. Author: Junta Consultiva Nacional Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Proceedings from governmental meeting addressing national economy plan.

Author: Argentina Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Discussion during meeting between president and advisors. Title: Tres discursos militares para la historia Author: Argentina Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Discourses secreted by various military officials. Type: pamphlet Published by: Alberti, M. Febrero, Author: C. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Reproachful of regime's general policy and specifically, erosion of university autonomy. Title: A unos diez anos de un atropello Author: Union Industrial Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Unimpressed with former regime's economic stimulation.

Title: Discriminacion ideologica en la universidad de cuyo Author: Marianetti, Benito Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Scholar's accusation that recent demotions are based on Communist political leanings. Title: Discurso del Presidente Provisional de La Nacion pronunciado durante su visita a la ciudad de concepcion Author: Aramburu, Pedro Eugenio Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Military justifying its deposal of Peron and reiterating its commitment to democratic principles and as well as social and economic progress. Title: Discurso del Presidente Provisional de la nacion pronunciado en el colegio militar de la nacion Author: Aramburu, Pedro Eugenio Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Speech commemorating the battle of Caseros.

Title: Disertacion radiofonica del Dr. Title: La industria Argentina del calzado Author: La industria Argentina del calzado Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Vanity piece powered by advertisements from shoe industry. Title: Moneda sana o inflacion incontenible: plan de restablecimiento economico. Author: Prebisch, Raul.

Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: First article urges government to curb inflation and suggests various reforms. The second offers suggestions to jump-start sluggish economy. Title: Prescindencia economica y politica en el movimiento obrero Author: Ateneo Democratico de Trabajadores Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Assessment of economic conditions and political reform as related to laboring class.

Title: Programas de educacion democratica Author: Ministerio de Educacion y Justicia Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Explains concept of democratic education and outlines plan for national adoption. Title: Quienes defienden y quienes destruyen la democracia Author: Partido Comunista Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Blasts shortcomings of regime and suggests Communist alternatives. Author: Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Discussion during meeting between president and advisors. Title: Respuesta a la consulta del gobierno provisional Author: Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Various suggestions and methods to revive sagging economy.

Title: Ruta esencial de la revolucion Author: Aramburu, Pedro Eugenio Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Dictates necessary procedures needed for government and citizenry to forge prosperous nation. Title: Situacion de la industria del Cemento Portland en La Argentina Author: Asociacion de Fabricantes de Cemento Portland Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Blames stagnation of concrete industry on government neglect and justifies increase in investment monies. Title: Industria Argentina y desarrollo nacional Author: Frondizi, Arturo Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Advocates industrial development as key factor in economic development.

Title: Por una constitucion nacional democratica y progresista Author: Partido Comunista de la Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Call for an improved constitution as well as key reforms. Title: Preguntas y respuestas sobre la constitucion Author: Ghioldi, Americo Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Informacion about constitution as well as advice on how to interpret it. Title: La vivienda de interes social en Argentina: primer congreso de planeamiento y vivienda Author: Union Argentina de Asociaciones de Ingenieros.

Sociedad Central de Arquitectos Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Efforts to construct a successful cooperative community. Sociedad Central de Arquitectos. Title: XLIV congreso nacional. Informes complementarios. Title: Asociaciones profesionales de trabajadores: texto de ley y reglamentacion Author: Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Laws and regulations governing the structure and behavior of labor organizations.

Title: Al aumento de salarios corresponde mayor produccion de bienes Author: Frondizi, Arturo Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Radio address announcing an increase in wages to combat dire economic conditions. Title: La batalla del petroleo Author: Frondizi, Arturo Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Presidential message assuring the people that petroleum industry, as well as other industries, are being harnessed for economic growth. Title: Libertad de prensa democracia y desarrollo nacional Author: Frondizi, Arturo Dates: , Language s : Spanish, English Description: Assurance that the regime respects freedom of press.

Title: Mensaje dirigido a las fuerzas armadas Author: Frondizi, Arturo Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Delineates military role as guarantor of democracy, not instability. Title: Panorama de la economia Argentina. Vol 1 No 5. Title: Desarrollo economico y unidad nacional Author: Frondizi, Arturo Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Government's plan for economic development. Title: Examen y responsabilidades de la situacion Argentina Author: Solari, Juan Antonio Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Examination of various political, social challenges facing nation.

Title: El pais ganara la batalla del petroleo Author: Frondizi, Arturo Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Elaborates on strategy to transform Argentina into a self-sufficient entity for petroleum needs. Title: Patagonia: Tierra del presente Author: Frondizi, Arturo Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Delegates the Patagonia region, with its oil reserves, as the catalyst for national improvement. Title: Actas junta directiva central: Extraordinaria y ordinaria Author: Federacion Sindicatos Unidos Petroleros del Estado Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Discussion during meeting of central committee.

Title: Agrupacion blanca y celeste Author: [Unknown] Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Commerates years of independence for Rio de la Plata region Title: Condiciones y metodos para la reconstitucion del frente del 23 de Febrero Author: Frigerio, Rogelio Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Recommendations for advancing Argentina stressing nonpartisanship. Title: Life and literature of The Pampas. Latin American monographs. September Issue 13 Author: Tinker, Edward Larocque Dates: , , Language s : English Description: Description of Argentinian gaucho and various literature inspired by the gaucho.


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Title: El pais de nuevo en la encrucijada Author: Frigerio, Rogelio Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Suggestions for the improvement of economic woes. Title: Salarios: basicos de convenios Author: Ministerio de Trabajo y Seguridad Social Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Salaries of various positions in large pool of professions. Title: La Unidad de America Latina a traves del pensamiento de los presidentes de Argentina y Mexico Author: Argentina Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Several speeches expressing mutual respect and friendship between Mexican and Argentinian governments.

Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Humorous depiction of Argentinian political inefficiency. Reports Service. Title: Paz, libertad y justicia para el mundo Author: Frondizi, Arturo Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Presidential address to UN declaring Argentina's commitment to global peace and prosperity. University of Florida. Title: Tres anos de experiencia sindical Author: Frigerio, Rogelio Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Plan to lift nation from its underdevelopment and economic doldrums.

Title: Caminos para la reconstruccion y el progreso democratico y social de la Argentina Author: Partido Socialista Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Plans for a better Argentina. Title: Dr. Title: Guia de organizaciones sindicales Author: Documentacion e informacion laboral Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Directory of labor organizations.

Title: Junta Directiva Central. Title: La rebelion de los generales Author: Lupo, Rogelio Garcia Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Analysis of military and political culture orbiting discussion about overthrow of Frondizi regime. Title: La revolucion de los asalariados Author: Pochat, Jorge Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Urges reform mainly in the arena of standards of living and wages.

Title: Los valores espirituales y el desarrollo economico Author: Frondizi, Arturo Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Presidential speech expressing optimism for future of nation. Title: El agro y la cooperacion internacional Author: Patron, Roberto Risso Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Characterizes agriculture sector as underdeveloped and prescribes international aid. Title: Argentina. Election factbook.

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Author: Institute for Comparative Studies of Political Systems Dates: , Language s : English Description: Survey of entire electoral process and relevant personalities and data. Title: La ciencia en La Argentina Author: Babini, Jose Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Chronicles various institutions and organizations, as well as individuals, involved in promulgation of science in Argentina. Title: Cultura nacional o cultura liberal Author: Sanchez, Victorio Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Ponders political path government should take in Peron aftermath.

Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Commentary on military ascendency to power. Type: pamphlet Published by: Florit, Carlos A. Title: Meditaciones sobre grandes cuestiones internacionales y nacionales Author: Repetto, Nicolas Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Personal musings on various topics, culminating in Communism in Argentina.

Title: Memoria y balance Author: La fraternidad Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Matters of strategy and finances at meeting of railway workers union. Title: Tierra fertil, pueblo pobre Author: Blanco, Jorge Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Deep dissatisfaction with political squabbling and governing of nation. Title: Los trabajadores, la politica, y la nacion Author: Agrupacion Nuevo Rumbo Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Ideas for political and economic reform mostly for benefit of labor.

Title: Los Anarquistas. Quienes somos. Lo que queremos. Nuestra revolucion. Author: Faure, Sebastian. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Principles of anarchism. Type: pamphlet Published by: Ediciones F. Title: Clase obrera y poder Author: Partido Socialista de la Izquierda Nacional Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Political ideology and criticism of laboring class' lack of economic, political entitlement.

Title: Co-gestion y empresa Author: Gorostiaga, M. Pincemin, Roberto Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Addresses question of worker empowerment or giving them more management responsibility. Type: pamphlet Published by: Gorostiaga, M. Pincemin, Roberto. Title: Fundamentos de la modificacion de la escala de jubilaciones en la provincia de Cordoba Author: Dagum, Camilo Dates: [], [] Language s : Spanish Description: Consideration of costs, statistics, and qualifications for social security.

Title: Politica presupuestaria y estancamiento economico Author: Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Analysis of governmental economic policy. Title: Primer forum sindical sobre problemas economicos y sociales de la O. Bortnik, Ruben. Carpani, Ricardo. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Several works on Socialist thought and its relevance to Argentina. Type: pamphlet Published by: Belloni, Alberto. Title: El retorno de Peron. Un analisis revolucionario. Author: Cooke, J. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Critical of Peronism and Peron's attempted return to political scene.

Type: pamphlet Published by: Cooke, J. Title: Analisis sobre precios y salarios Author: Confederacion Argentina de Trabajadores del Transporte Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Transportation union's analysis of relationship between cost of living and salaries. Title: La C. Informe Serie Informes Especiales Title: Hacia el cambio de estructuras Author: Confederacion General del Trabajo Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: A look at economic and social health of nation. Title: Herminia Brumana.

Title: Ideario de Juan B. Justo, a founding father of Argentinian Socialism. Title: El papel de la vanguardia peronista en la organizacion de la lucha por el gobierno obrero y campesino en La Argentina Author: Posadas, J Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Stresses need for labor friendly governance and warns against return of Peron. Title: Republica Argentina. Diario de sesiones. Author: Argentina Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Transcription of discussion at legislative meeting.

Title: Acta de la revolucion Argentina: politicas del gobierno nacional Author: Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Announcement of political intent from conspirators in successful coup. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Agricultural techniques and plants of Argentinian indigenous peoples. Title: Algunos obstaculos al desarrollo y crecimiento de los paises latinoamericanos mas avanzados, con particular referencia a La Argentina Author: Bee de Dagum, Estela Maria Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Identifies obstacles hindering development of Argentina and Latin America.

Title: Discurso del presidente de la nacion en la comida de camaraderia de las fuerzas armadas Author: Ongania, Juan Carlos Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Speech given to military praising its role in national transformation. Title: Historia viva. Title: Homenaje al Doctor Alfredo L. Title: Mensaje de la junta revolucionaria al pueblo argentino Author: Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Message to nation about motives behind coup and strategy to reform country.

Title: Mensaje del Teniente General Ongania al pueblo de la republica con motivo de asumir la presidencia de la nacion Author: Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Message to nation about motives behind coup and strategy to reform country. Type: pamphlet Published by: Cano, Ricardo Duran. Title: Panorama de la economia argentina Author: Panorama de la economia Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Overview of facets related to economic performance.

Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Analysis of a piece of Argentinian literature. Cornell University. Dates: , Language s : English Description: Casts industrial credit and protection incentives in dubious light and cites their failure to increase industrial productivity. Title: Despedida a un maestro: el Dr. Title: Luchemos unidos para abatir la dictadura y por un gobierno verdaderamente democratico y popular Author: Codovilla, Victorio Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Accuses current regime of being undemocratic and encumbered by U.

Title: No puede haber una "revolucion en la revolucion" Author: Partido Comunista de la Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Analysis and ultimate refutation of book proposing reevaluation of Communist theory. University of Kansas. Title: Union obreros y empleados municipales Author: Union obreros y empleados Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Information and activities related to union.

Title: Azul y blanco. Todos estan de acuerdo: La entrega es una sola. Author: Azul y Blanco Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Anti-government publication with a general theme of outrage and disappointment over regime. Title: Documentos para el estudio de la epoca peronista: definiciones del justicialismo.

Author: [Unknown] Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Study of the Peron era and attempt to delve into philosophical underpinnings of Peronism. Dates: , Language s : English Description: Information on modern cattle breeds as well as cattle industry and beef trade. Type: pamphlet Published by: Solari, Juan Antonio.

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Title: Maccio: Fictions. Title: Recopilacion bibliografica y de fuentes para el estudio de la historia y situacion actual de la clase obrera Argentina Author: Gutierrez, Leandro Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Bibliography of sources relevant to laboring class. Type: pamphlet Published by: Instituto Torcuato di Tella. Title: Sectoral clashes and political change: The Argentine experience. Author: Merkx, Gilbert W. Dates: , Language s : English Description: Analysis of economic and political changes influenced by Peron.

The University of New Mexico. Title: Vanguardia metalurgica Author: Vanguardia Metalurgica Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Labor organization representing workers of metallurgy industry. Title: Atisbos. Democracia, politica, libertad. Confusion deliberada. Title: El gobierno argentino contra las universidades Author: Dagum, Camilo. Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Protests government encroachment upon university autonomy and academic liberty.

Title: Platica sobre temas de actualidad nacional Author: Solari, Juan Antonio Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Review of various problems afflicting nation. Title: Universidad de Belgrano Author: Universidad de Belgrano Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Structural overview of university with various statistics.

Title: El escritor, su pais y su epoca Author: Cuneo, Dardo Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Designating writers as cultural guardians and disseminators with an integral role in advancement of nation. Universidad de Belgrano Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Comprehensive structural and ideological guidebook for Belgrano University's Economic Science department.

Title: Partidos politicos Author: Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Legal guidelines for organization and management of political parties. Title: Crisis and repression in Argentina Author: Camejo, Peter; Moreno, Nahuel Dates: , Language s : English Description: Profiles parties involved in upcoming elections while blaming current military dictatorship for economic woes and social unrest.

Title: DIL. Informes Especiales. Informes Especiales No. Serie Documentos. Nucleamientos Sindicales. Serie Textos Legislativos No. Title: Dupliquemos el partido para elevar mas aun la accion de las masas hacia la conquista de un poder de nuevo tipo Author: Fava, Athos Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Doctrines of Argentine Communists and strategy to gain support amongst the masses.

Title: Ideologia politica y clase obera Author: Nascimbene, Mario Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Paper on the relationship between political ideology and occupation. Type: pamphlet Published by: Instituto Sociologia. Universidad Nacional de Rosario.

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Title: Mensaje de Juan D. Peron a los pueblos y gobiernos del mundo Author: Peron, Juan D. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Pinpoints the maladies affecting the world and proposes various solutions. Title: Por que se dividen los peronistas Author: Cuarto Poder Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Studies the rise of divisive factions within the peronists. Title: La tasa de sindicalizacion en Argentina Author: Torre, Juan Carlos Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Criticism of criteria used to calculate labor union tax and general commentary about state of labor organization.

Type: pamphlet Published by: Heysen, Luis E. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Grand aspirations for economic overhaul of nation. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Urges an organized and united populace adhering to the socio-economic ideologies of Justicialism. Title: Del poder al exilio: como y quienes me derrocaron. Serie Informes No.

Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Cheerful affirmation of Peronist ideals and various propositions of reform. Title: The function of the little-known case in theory formation or what Peronism wasn't Author: Kenworthy, Eldon. Dates: , Language s : English Description: Exposes flaws in various popular interpretations of the nature of Peronism. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Presents and lauds principles of Peron's governance while urging a Latin American union to exploit the potential benefits for all.

Title: Ley de asociaciones profesionales y democracia sindical Author: Marischi, Vicente Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Dissatisfaction over low standards of living and wages precipitated by economic woes. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Speech assuring effective, selfless governance and prosperity. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Press conference with a general theme of Latin American unity and economic integration.

Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Reiterating principles and goals of governance. Title: Peron and the national elections Author: Portes, Alejandro Dates: , Language s : English Description: Attributes return of Peron to power after initial ousting to military's inability to install competent governance.. University of Texas at Austin. Title: Peron habla a los periodistas: primera conferencia mensual de prensa Author: Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Questions posed by journalists and replies furnished by Peron at a monthly press conference with the president.

Title: Peron habla a los trabajadores: la doctrina, fundamento de la organizacion Author: Peron, Juan D. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Demonstrates commitment to working class and urges solidarity. Title: Peron habla a los trabajadores: la relacion de costo de vida precios y salarios Author: Peron, Juan D. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Explains government's skillful economic maneuver of keeping wages and costs of living at comparable levels.

Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Pledges support for agricultural sector but urges industrialization of nation. Title: Peron habla al pueblo argentino Author: Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Christmas address to Argentinian people boasting of nation's great potential. Title: El sindicalismo en la revolucion justicialista Author: Argentina Dates: [], [] Language s : Spanish Description: Briefly explains and simultaneously lauds various ideologies of the Peron regime. Dates: , Language s : English Description: Two speeches, with various accompanying introductions, predicting decline of dictatorship and restriction of liberties in Latin America.

Arizona State University. Title: Los aumentos salariales y el pacto social Author: Partido Comunista de La Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Examines governmental management of economy as related to wages, standards of living. Title: Ha pasado la hora de gritar Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Denunciation of violence directed towards various governmental officials.

Title: Peron habla a la juventud Peronista: primera reunion. Title: Peron habla a la juventud Peronista: segunda reunion. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Addressed to youth of nation expounding on various goals of government.

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Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Optimistic speech about nation's economic outlook. Title: Peron habla a los periodistas: segunda conferencia mensual de prensa Author: Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Questions posed by journalists and replies furnished by Peron at a monthly press conference with the president. Title: Peron senala el reencuentro del pueblo argentino Author: Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Various pledges and goals for upcoming presidential term.

Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Assurances that government will act in accordance to law in response to recent modification of penal law. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Two articles outlining, defending, and ultimately lauding Peron's program of governance accompanied by the constitution of Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Urges more political unity between parties to tackle complex issues. Title: Pueblo y justicia: ayuda juridica gratuita en la Argentina.

Author: Stebbings, Robert Y. Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Entitites providing free legal aid. Dates: , Language s : English Description: Professional military as occasional catalyst for political change. Occasional Papers Series No. Title: El papel politico-ideologico de los medios de comunicacion Author: Rodriguez, Abelardia; Schmuler, Hector Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Explores role and avenues of communciation in political arena.

Title: The political thinking of the Argentine government Author: Videla, Jorge Rafael Dates: , Language s : English Description: Excerpts from speeches and interviews illustrated a firm commitment to democracy, civil liberties, and good governance. Title: Chile today. Title: Declaracion del Dr. Arturo Frondizi Author: Frondizi, Arturo.

Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Grave assessment of national economic health. Title: Utilizacion de la capacidad productiva Author: Universidad Argentina de la Empresa Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Report on production of manufacturing sector. Type: pamphlet Published by: Universidad Argentina de la Empresa. Instituto de Investigaciones Economicas. Title: Cinco mensajes sobre escritores y pais Author: Cuneo, Dardo Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Calls for a democratic regime committed to liberty and consitutional rights so that writers and society in general, may not be stifled.

Dates: , Language s : English Description: Traces ascendancy of Evita to folklore status. Title: The Timmerman case Author: Falcoff, Mark Dates: , Language s : English Description: Examination of questionable detention and treatment of Timmerman, as well as nation's spotty human rights record. Type: pamphlet Published by: Hoover Institution. Title: Reflections on the Argentine Crisis: are we at the end of an epoch? University of North Carolina. Title: La Ribera, suplemento especial. Centenario bomberos voluntarios de La Boca. Justo: sus ideas historicas, sus ideas socialistas, sus ideas filosoficas.

Title: El proyecto del polo dominante Author: Fava, Athos Dates: [], [] Language s : Spanish Description: Blames capitalism and imperialism for concentration of wealth and power in hands of few. Title: Fichas de estudio sobre doctrinas e ideologias militares en Argentina Author: Ateneo Latinoamericano de estudios politicos y sociales Dates: , , Language s : Spanish Description: Legal and governmental proceedings against military government of that murdered and tortured millions of citizens deemed subversive.

Also, brief history of school of national defense. Title: Posicion Socialista: hoy y en los proximos anos. Title: Revista Socialista. Title: Normas y formularios para inscribirse en el Registro de Importador-Exportador de La Administracion Nacional de Aduanas Author: Argentina Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Various forms and regulations regarding registration of imports and exports with customs.

Title: Esbozo biografico: Nahuel Moreno. Title: Fundacion Mediterranea Newsletter. Vol 3 No 3. Vol 3 No 4. Title: Revista Pyme: comercio exterior. Author: Instituto Nacional de Tecnologia Industrial Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Periodical issue devoted to technical information concerning exports. Title: Realidad social Author: Realidad Social. Ano 1. Numero 1. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Periodical promoting the virtues of freedom, peace, and order.

Title: Un viraje transcendental hacia la unidad de las fuerzas revolucionarias Author: Fava, Athos. Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Points out shortcomings of government policy and suggests Communist solution. Vol 4 No 1. The University of Connecticut. Brown University. Type: pamphlet Published by: C. Title: Como fue despojado el colono argentino Author: Argentina Dates: [Unknown] Language s : Spanish Description: Claims the ousting of monopolistic and exploitive grain corporations.

Title: Consultorio medico. Servicio odontologico. Precios de los distintos tratamientos. Dates: [Unknown] Language s : Spanish Description: Personal account of how Peron was driven out of power and his exile. Type: pamphlet Published by: Peron, Juan D. Title: El hombre nuevo en la revolucion Author: Vargas Pena, Benjamin Dates: [Unknown] Language s : Spanish Description: Chronicles ascent of the free-thinking "new man" who values peace, liberty, and above all, constitutional democracy.

Title: Instituto de Formacion Social Sindical. Serie A, No. Serie Labor, No. Title: Justicia social en el campo argentino Author: Argentina Dates: [Unknown] Language s : Spanish Description: Cites laws and reforms implanted by regime to aid agricultural workers. Type: pamphlet Published by: Robin, Julio C. Justo to separate church and state. Type: pamphlet Published by: Justo, Juan B. Title: Socialismo y humanismo Author: Ernestan, G.


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  • Title: La Seccion de Investigaciones de Valparaiso: su labor durante los ultimos cinco anos Author: La Seccion de Investigaciones de Valparaiso Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Details the activities of the investigative section from Title: La cuestion social ante la Federacion de Estudiantes de Chile Author: VIcuna Fuentes, Carlos Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Student organization debating application of Socialist principles to Chile such as empowerment of laborers and focus on cooperation not competition.

    Title: Interesa a todos los chilenos: la proteccion de nuestros hogares Author: La Mutual de la Armada y Ejercito Dates: , Language s : Spanish Description: Insurance for the families of those who died in war in the service of their country Chile. Title: Historia intima de la revolucion: revelaciones sensacionales Author: [Unknown] Dates: [], [], [] Language s : Spanish Description: An account of the events of Sept. I did a quick bit of googling and hit upon this updated, randomized trial from McDougall:.

    They could still have reported improvement in those patients, if they had improved, or if their rate of decline had been lower than expected. This needs to go away. Dear Denise: if you could delete this comment, which is a slightly earlier version of my comment below, that would be cool. Maybe one day the Funding Gods will descend and grant such a thing. Why did they improve without concurrent improvements in MRI scans? Could it be possible that the diet alleviates MS symptoms in a different way and sheds light on a different element of MS etiology?

    He conducted and drew from a lot of additional research on both animal models and humans, showing some very specific changes in blood and tissue oxygenation from dairy fat meals of nothing but pure cream — and in the s, before dairy was largely crap. Ah, I disagree. It would make sense that the well balanced proteins from lean meat, which tend not to be allergenic, would be much better with respect to an autoimmune disease like MS than plant proteins, which tend to induce immune system reactions. Similar wording should be used for the other end of the spectrum.

    Heart disease has been with us for a while, but we can absolutely blame low fat, high carb for the obesity epidemic. Lots of meat, refined carbs, and junk. Anyone blaming the low-fat diet for our current health state is not being honest. As you have shown, lots of population ate successfully a truly low-fat, high unrefined carbs diet with excellent health. What about Ancel Keys Med Diet? It lies in the middle of Swampland, yet it allows the eating of all foods…in moderation.

    As a result it is the best of the worst, at a minimum. Pushing macronutrient extremes in search of a perfect health diet is an interesting game to play. But it takes extreme motivation, a flexible schedule and an open wallet. Apparently the results were disappointing — no improvement in brain imaging or in disease burden for the low-fat diet arm. Sorry to have forgotten that, admgm. For each subject who did well under their care, the experimenter would take credit for it, and for each subject who did badly, the experimenter would investigate and find some way that the subject was not following the protocol and blame the subject for it.

    Then they would write up a report showing that their treatment had a nearly perfect track record. To prevent such shenanigans is why nowadays we require Intention To Treat analysis. Some of the parts of your post about just counting the results in adherers reminded me of this, and so did the part about whipping the patients, because those experimenters who blamed patients for their failure would also tend to be the ones who bullied patients.

    I respect how Denise is slowly and politely Denise is removing herself from the wacko paleo community she found herself involved with. Just have a look at the first few AHS talks she did. They must be pretty embarrassing to watch, especially considering the type of people she found her associated with.

    Finding out that the paleo sect that she jumped into is just as wacko or even worse than the raw food cult she left was involved in must of been pretty brutal. Both require an adjustment period. This diet war has raged for a good while now, but a clear and rational evaluation such as this represents a major push forward for the high carb camp. One option is to cut the fat, the other to cut the carbs. Cutting fat is evidently a health inducing option, whereas high fat has its issues longer term. Essential fats and carbs mix very well indeed, and have for millenia.

    The problem for millenia has been finding enough fat, at a price that the average person can afford. You cannot overeat for what you do, and I get the calories a day Cordain recommends for a minimal level of Paleo exercise. Believe me the middle of the swamp is the sweet spot. Every food every day, within reason. Wow, this was an amazing read, thank you for pulling this all together. I do wonder at the effect of all these extremes on the gut biome, and wonder that the restricted nature of some of these diets actually promote healing and remission by improving the gut health.

    I got diagnosed with Hashimotos this February, prior to the blood tests out of desperation with ballooning weight , I went on the HCG diet which is virtually no fat. I follow a restricted paleo diet. I look forward to reading part 2, is there going to be any help with a way forward? I appreciate your hard work in pursuing the truth, I lost 50Kgs and got rid of diabetes through low fat diet only to afterwards change my mind and admit publicly that a high fat diet is superior so I can definitely appreciate your humility and your science based rather than ego based approach.

    What is the impact on our hormones? On our sex drive? On Homocysteine levels? On the activation of so many genes in our body. I am aware that you said that many of these low fat diets do allow some consumption of animal products — but the question is how much and whether that is enough. Health is not only about cardio vascular health and cancer prevention. I would love it if your part 2 or part 3 will take that into consideration.

    I was under the ancestral approach impression that whatever we were evolutionary accustomed to eat — was good for us — this is why we survived so far and so based on this understanding if really there was a problem with the Neu5GC then we would all become vegans by natural selection process. We know that this is not true because never ever has there been a vegan society lasting more than several generations.

    I think you have to be quite the masochist to adhere to such a regime. So yea, suppose that after you answer points 1 and 2 above and indeed low fat diet is even a bit better than high fat diet — which diet should one pursue? How much can a person sustain such a harsh low fat diet and convince himself that he feels great? I would choose the easier diet, the one that I can pursue for the rest of my life.

    Either very low fat or very high fat? Bone broth is low fat and rich in glycine. Insects are mostly protein, for those daring to go there! This change is likely related to decreased competition for the enzymes of elongation and desaturation, with reduced total intake of n-6 favoring elongation and desaturation of available n-3 fatty acids. As for the impact of very low-fat on brain health, sex hormones, etc. Neurological health deserves more attention, and my guess is that there will be a range of response due to individual variation and ApoE status. Homocysteine is unlikely to be a problem as long as folate and B12 status are good.

    Also, if Neu5GC really is an issue still highly speculative! I actually very much prefer a low-fat diet to a high-fat one although my only experience with low carb, high-fat on a personal level was only a 6-week experiment a few years ago — I experienced no detectable advantages and had a few problems worsen. There are thousands?

    Apart from my six-week experiment, my diet has been pretty low fat for the past 10 years and I actually prefer it taste-wise and texture-wise to higher-fat eating plans. These include mule deer, elk, antelope and several others. Most of the extra fat on feedlot animals is trimmed and discarded. As a scientist, organic foodie, and math nerd, I DO know the pitfall of comparing calories on a weight vs. For example, 3.

    Most of the fat on beef cuts in grocery stores is NOT trimmed. Even when I buy grass-fed beef, I end up trimming a huge amount of fat from it.

    At certain seasons, yes, the fat in wild game is higher. The protein handling problem is likely just what was causing a problem for the folks suffering from rabbit starvation. And please remember that fat and protein are only two of the macronutrients — our Paleo ancestors ate a lot of carbs — root veggies and tubers and fruit and such. That Outdoor Life analysis does not reflect the whole animal.

    It reflects a trimmed 3. And most of the fat absolutely is trimmed off of beef cuts in grocery stores. Paleolithic humans would have had no problem getting fat to eat. Animals with fat were sought after; and though some wild animals are lower in fat, there are plenty that have fat on them. Early humans used to eat brain marrow, also high in fat, and Inuit and other native people ate fatty fish and sea mammals. Many hunter-gatherers processed the fat of certain animals, to be used later- ever heard of oolichan grease? Not sure if I spelled it right…. So, yes; I agree with Psychohist.

    Plus Paleolithic and Paleolithic-style cultures also selectively hunted the older animals late in the season who had really good stores of fat on them. The idea that they selectively hunted old fat animals is also a theory and quite the generalization.

    There is no such thing as a paleolithic style culture. There are hunter gatherer style cultures but even then, little to none that do not also utilize some sort of agriculture or animal husbandry. Gathering data from these cultures no not in any way validate any theory of our paleolithic ancestors.

    Zach: I believe you are talking about modern day hunter-gatherers. The Sioux lived mainly from buffalo meat, and it was noted that when they hunted, they did indeed choose the fatter animals. Generally, since hunting expends a lot of calories, it has been noted by observers that hunting cultures tend to try to seek out the most nutrient dense foods; in other words, preferring to kill a bigger animal over a smaller one, or choosing the animals with the most fat on them- at least they did this whenever possible. I may also hasten to add that modern day hunter-gatherers have fewer choices, due to encroachment, being pushed off their lands and into more marginal territory, etc.

    But it makes sense, seeing as we somehow survived through the ice age. Those that have access to more plant foods and other carbohydrates could probably get by with less fat. I spent some time on this site. That area had a rich history dating back centuries. There are links to a diary of white explorers living off of game, who reported eating currents they found made them sick, but they mentioned there was nothing really wrong with the currents.

    Perhaps due to a change in gut bacteria my theory. It may have been on this site that I read certain berries were added to the meat and fat to preserve them. Zach, what you say makes no sense. We need to use the evidence at our disposal. This includes what direct evidence we do find e. Good points, wbryanh. Very high in fat. Some even theorize that this is what made our brains become bigger. For me, the problem with all of these studies is that they focus on the same type of person. It would be very helpful if, at the very least, studies were designed that tested how overweight people and those with normal weight, or how sick and healthy people react to the same type of diet.

    Simply put — their bodies are unable to maintain a certain elemental balance and diseases develop because of that. Thus, when the same type of diet is tested on people from both groups, the results might be markedly different. While one group may do well on a certain diet, the other might actually develop all kinds of problems.

    For example, it makes a huge difference if a person does primarily physical or primarily mental exercise. Yes, I think that is the point. Denise is showing that there is not just one kind of diet that can help people. We need to better understand why some diets work best for specific conditions and specific people. My bet is that there will be numerous variations. I think you have a typo. The sooner people lose their obsession with macronutrient ratios, the better.

    We should be basing our diets on 1. Did you miss the part where the successful very low fat diets had milled rice and refined sugar as major elements? Do you have any evidence that 1. The actual evidence Denise presents is that 1. There is also evidence that whole grains are worse from an autoimmune perspective than refined white flour. In general, for nonpaleo foods, processed versions seem if anything healthier than unprocessed versions. Whole grains contain oils in the outer coat that can go rancid. Consuming rancid oils from stale whole grains is definitely not good for optimum health.

    Refining grains removes these oils, which is a good thing. Please provide evidence showing that fresh whole grains are worse from an autoimmune perspective than refined white flour.

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    These toxins lead to more leaky gut and then trigger autoimmune responses due to molecular mimicry. Also, despite thorough chewing, whole grains have a much smaller surface area than refined white flour, reducing absorption through the gut wall. The opposite is the case. There is much more missing in refined grains than just copper and manganese althouth those trace minerals are crucial for phase II enzymes.

    We always have to be wary of the fallacy of reductionism when evaluating the health effects of a complex, natural food. There are many more differences between whole and refined grains, all being at least as significant as the content of micronutrients:. Both comprise a huge variety of compounds with very different health effects. While in contrast to fatty acids, all known types of fiber seem to have beneficial effects well, except a well known side-effect from large doses , some excert their effects simply by increasing the mass of the intestinal lumen, some have probiotic effects, and some excert potent physiological effects even beyond acting as a prebiotic.

    The very compound that paleo lore has painted as a villain of whole grains may in fact have highly beneficial effects in well nourished Westerners, as it has a high binding affinity to iron and does chelate iron not only in the intestinal lumen but is also absorbed through passive diffusion and acts as an chelator of free iron in the blood stream, as testified by many people who suscessfully lowered their iron overload by taking supplemental IP6.

    Ironically, Paleo dieters who avoid phytic acid like the plague would probably derive the most benefit from it, given the high heme iron and saturated fat load of such dietary patterns and their well-known inflammatory effects.

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    The aspect that usually gets lost first when engaging in reductionist methodology of nutritional science is the three-dimensional, cellular structure in which nutrients are delivered within a whole food matrix. Usually it accounted for only as a factor in bioavailablity e. By legal definition, whole grain products are all products made out of unrefined grains.

    However, the literal meaning would be a grain that is not milled to flour but still intact or coarsely cracked. Bread baked from grist instead of flour has a significantly lower glycemic and caloric load, because much of the starch that remains tightly contained within the cellular structure is indigestible and thus acts as a prebiotic fiber in the large intestine similar to resistant starch, further improving gut health.

    Who eats a diet of rice and nothing else whatsoever? I totally agree. Actually a huge number of people around the world DO live off mostly grains, sometimes for their entire lives. With very little in the way of vegetables. Other places in Africa eat mainly millet, or their own version of corn, or yams. Or peanuts or milk. When you see the pictures though, the people are typically tall, with straight teeth and wide smiles … even when they are living at a barely subsistence level. Even in the ancient Egyptian and Roman days … skeletons of the rich and the poor were both pretty bad.

    Even Oetzi, with all his exercise. The French are healthier than Americans, but not nearly as robust as your average Japanese mountain villager who lives off yams. Well, in chapter 3 of Dr. Egyptians and Otzi had the unfortunate dental abscesses from millstone grit and sand which destroyed their teeth and their health. Difficult to know how they would have done without that issue. Eating beans with rice improves the AA profile a lot. Tubers are good. In the 1st world, the problem is over-consumption.

    I agree, white rice is totally nutrition-less. Which is what makes the Kempner studies so amazing. Even more amazing to me is that the Chinese railway workers were noted as being MORE healthy on a diet of mainly rice and vegetables and dried octopus, than the Irish beef and potatoes guys. OK, the Chinese boiled their water and did less whisky! Billions of people live off mainly rice. But given that, they do fine and tend to be healthier than the people getting the Western diet.

    I think the idea that scarcity protected people is mostly a myth. Comparisons have been done calorie-for-calorie with Westerners, for the same exercise levels. The Chinese often eat MORE calories for the same exercise level, and yet tend to be skinnier and healthier. It seems to have something to do with the actual food choices.

    Asians appear to have limited Sub-cutaneous Adipose Tissue SAT hyperplasia, which limits fat storage capacity below the skin. This is a. A high-carb, low-fat diet suits Asians much better! Having re-read what I wrote about Adipocyte Hyperplasia and the comments from June , the following thought processes occurred A slim child which becomes a slim adult has few SAT adipocytes, predisposing said adult to get excess VAT rather than SAT if chronic over-eating occurs during adulthood. A fat child which becomes a fat adult has lots of SAT adipocytes, allowing said adult to get rolls of SAT rather than VAT if chronic over-eating occurs during adulthood.

    Indeed there were healthy grain eating cultures that were observed in the early s when various of prominent doctors were researching nutrition, at the time. The bones of early farmers were found to have lesions which were thought to be due to iron deficiency as a consequence of eating grains instead of meat. However, it only became clear a few years ago that the lesions were not due to iron deficiency, making the original hypothesis flawed. The causes of porotic hyperostosis and cribra orbitalia: a reappraisal of the iron-deficiency-anemia hypothesis So, the original hypothesis is obsolete—yet it is still used to claim that grains are problematic.

    The skeletal lesions were perhaps due to episodes of starvation or something else. Now that the original hypothesis has been deemed obsolete, another explanation is needed. Keep in mind that societies became larger, infections were more rampant, and food was scarce at times. Societies were adapting and there was a lot of turmoil.

    Mass starvation was also said to have happened as early farming practices depleted the soils to oblivion. Also the high levels of cavities in early Neolithic skeletons has been attributed to the wearing down of teeth from poor milling standards. Attrition broke the enamel, which led to dental abscesses and promoted cavities. See: Teeth and Bread in Ancient Egypt This is very different from the sugar-promoted cavities we have today.

    Honey was their main sugar, but honey is believed to be protective of dental caries. Arteriosclerosis has been linked to dental infections. If we wanted to, we could probably link all of their health issues to poor dental health and starvation, but that too would be highly speculative.

    Incidentally even Paleolithic teeth have also been found to have significant wear and tear. I would really like to see such a study! If you combine the soft enamel with sugar, it causes cavities. Price was rather specific: he counted cavities and took pictures of the dental arches!

    And the Swiss, who ate barley bread. The Swiss also drank a lot of raw milk though, and it turns out that raw milk interferes with one of the factors in wheat that is a problem. Also, it turns out that the Swiss had gone through a big problem with goiter not long before Price studied them. The Swiss government started trucking in iodized salt because so many of the recruits failed their physicals because of goiter. He did notice that English poor folk got healthier when supplemented with whole wheat bread, raw milk, and cod-liver oil. Which may show that whole wheat is better than white wheat, or that raw milk really does help, or that the vitamin involved happens to be in cod-liver oil.

    Anyway, the Chinese did fine on white rice and vegies and fish, for the most part, without extra raw milk or cod-liver oil. The main reason I got curious about this was my daughter. Until she was 6, she ate a normal US diet, and her tooth enamel was really soft. She got cavities constantly. Then we switched from wheat to rice, and her next visit … no sticky teeth. So for some people, at least, it turns out that wheat messes with vitamin absorption and also with the gut biota, which is where Vit K is produced. It could well be that this happens a whole lot less with whole boiled or parched grains … those digest slower and feed bacteria less.

    Anyway, sure, one can skew history, and skew statistics. They ate a lot of whole wheat and milk and a few other foods, of course even the bible says one cannot live on bread alone. McCarrison also did experiments on rats where he gave one set of rats a British diet white flour, margarine, etc and another set of rats the Hunza diet of whole wheat and milk. The rats eating a Hunza diet had no discernable disease.

    His study was done to prove that the success of the Hunza diet had nothing to do with genes. Guy Wrench. Free on Google Books. In his lectures, McCarrison remarked :. He was their doctor for 7 years and described them as one of the finest and physically fit races he had ever seen. The Hunza are no longer healthy now eating a modern diet. The word cereal comes from the name for the ancient Roman goddess, Ceres—the goddess of grains and agriculture. Ceres was said to have discovered wheat, and given the gift of agriculture to humankind. Hippocrates not only recommended wheat bread , but experimented heavily with different preparations.

    Avicenna recommended bread as a key staple of the diet. Paracelsus believed that wheat had mystical properties , and Aristotle thought foods made from wheat suits our bodies best. A 19th century encyclopedia says that wheat is the most nutritious and most important edible plant in the entire vegetable kingdom. Surely if wheat was so terrible, we would see evidence in the history books. Citing his own observations as well as those of the greatest medical authorities of antiquity, he wrote. Of all foods bread is in truth the most noble. It is served on the tables of both the rich and the poor, is beneficial in all diseases and suitable for all temperaments and it imparts a pleasant taste to food that is of itself tasteless.

    Therefore, since bread is so widespread and strengthens us and pleases our taste, I beg you distinguished reader, to not feel disturbed by paying attention to a dietetic investigation of bread. The means of promoting and preserving health. The farinaceous seeds are unquestionably the most important of [alimentary vegetable substances]…. Of Wheat. Seeing, then, that wheat, in the form of bread, is of so great importance as an article of diet, it will be worth while for us to dwell a little upon the varieties of bread, and on some points connected with its use….

    Meat is eaten about once a week…Of all the children in the valley still using the primitive diet of whole rye bread and dairy products the average number of cavities per person was 0. Yet, everyone who wrote about wheat seemed to think it was the best thing since, well, sliced bread. OK, some people say the Hunzas are awesome. One visitor did write a book about them and noted:.

    The reason is theorized to be because northern Europeans switched vitamin D rich meat for low-fat vitamin D deficient grain, while the Inuit maintained a vitamin D rich meat based diet without grains. It turns out, Dr. Cordain found out that wheat contains an anti-nutrient called WGA, a lectin that binds to cellular glycoproteins. Once in the gut, WGA binds to a cell receptor, and then a nuclear pore found in every cell in the body that blocks the transport and absorption of vitamin D.

    According to Dr. Cordain, WGA has a half-life of four hours, which means if you are sunbathing while consuming wheat, the vitamin D is most likely being blocked from the sun. However, my grandmother grew up in Germany, and lived to be Her diet included wheat, but really not that much … like the Hunza, there were a lot of other vegetables, lots of dairy, and limited meat.

    The grains tended to be mainly oats. They rarely got wheat growing up it was for rich people and it was a lower-quality wheat at that. Actually there is a theory that white skin actually developed in the Middle East, as an adaptation to eating wheat. The white skin people eventually moved North, and I guess the people that live there now are better adapted or just sickly: what are the caries rates in the Middle East?

    As they interbred with the indigenous hunter-gatherers, one of their light-skin genes swept through Europe, so that central and southern Europeans also began to have lighter skin. The other gene variant, SLC45A2, was at low levels until about years ago when it swept up to high frequency. Young Sardinians are incredibly overweight. Like most native cultures, they did have an absence of diabetes, cancer and heart disease; however, compared to other native groups, they did have goiter, and a reasonable number of cavities.

    Me too! In researching celiac disease years ago, I remember reading that most of those cultures that did eat wheat traditionally also ate many more other grains, mostly gluten free, like millet or teff, buckwheat, etc. In other words, they varied their grains. It was stated that we as a culture today eat far more wheat than most cultures of the past, because we eat almost exclusively wheat. Some of these other types of grains have become obsolete, and few people in the West even know about them.

    Apparently, wheat is more convenient to grow and transport. So in other words, eating wheat in a traditional culture would be different from eating lots of wheat and sugar with low fat milk in a modern day culture. In any case, wheat bread of the past was very different from modern wheat bread.

    Rather than relying on a long process of letting the dough rise, there are many additives that are used today to speed up the process. Not only are some of these additives questionable for human health, but also, in not using a slow, traditional process, it might make the wheat more deleterious. It is definitely, absolutely addictive, like sugar; I see many people who are addicted to it, all around me.

    I was addicted to it even while it was killing me. Some have even suggested that the widespread shift from hunting and gathering to farming may have had something to do with opiates and addiction. I find that theory very interesting……. There is something interesting going on with the heritage wheat too. One of the aid organizations sent some wheat berries to a town that traditionally ate mainly wheat. But the kids developed celiac symptoms from the American wheat.

    It is true that celiacs cross-react to rye and barley, but would a culture that ONLY ate rye and barley have the same issues? They had a super-high rate of goiter until the Swiss government started trucking in iodized salt circa Now, my grandma grew up in a German village and she did live to a grand old age 96 with no heart disease, high blood pressure, tooth loss, etc. But further, she was somewhat sun-phobic and kept the shades drawn, and covered herself from head to toe with long sleeves, high necklines, thick stockings, hat … which was traditional for her growing up. So I always wondered why she never got rickets?

    Or goiter, for that matter. The answer appears to be that in her day, one of the favorite foods were fish. Pickled herring was big, and river eel, and even salmon. Another favorite food was mushrooms, which they gathered themselves in the local forests. Mushrooms dry and keep very well, and guess what? They are an incredible source of Vit D, esp. Cheap food for anyone who wants to gather them.

    Otzi was found with a string of dried mushrooms! Price used cod liver oil as a magic cure of sorts, which would provide Vit D and Vit A the two that tend to be problematic , and, I think, iodine? So maybe that is part of the reason the Egyptians had more issues with wheat … it was too hot and dry there to have a lot of mushrooms! Amen to that! Also though when kids stayed overnight at our house, they would start going bonkers at the end of day 2. Got headaches and had anger fits. There was not spaghetti so the girl had a meltdown. Mind you we DO have spaghetti and bread, and these kids were too young to understand that our spaghetti was missing the gluten part.

    But they definitely were going through withdrawals. It was a very remote part of Switzerland where the people still ate only traditional, natural food, whereas in most other parts of Switzerland the people ate very differently. As I recall, he made the distinction that the people in this valley were much healthier than the average Swiss elsewhere. So, who knows? That was very interesting what you wrote about people getting sick when their heritage wheat was replaced by American wheat! There is also the theory that in some African countries, where the people are starving and are fed government rations of wheat, some of those children who still look emaciated may be suffering form celiac disease rather than actual starvation.

    I think there was no proof of this, just speculation, but I hope someone is looking into this possibility. Also, I guess that was a good point about rye and barley. Although they both have gluten, they are most likely not harmful in the way that wheat can be. The bit I read about the wheat berries in food aide was an actual report, not just an anecdote. But it was years and years ago! Yes, Denise did an amazing job of analyzing The China Study in terms of wheat, rather than meat. It is the case worldwide that the places that grow wheat tend to also be the places that have cows or goats … they are the inland people!

    The coastal people can get food more easily by eating fish, and rice grows better in warm or wet places wheat gets moldy easily. Inland people have other confounding issues too, notably lack of iodine and lack of fish. The more fish people eat, the statistically more intelligent they tend to be.

    Try baking bread from barley or rye and you get the idea … they are really different. Apparently it DOES block a lot of it, which might be one reason why raw milk got suck kudos as a health food. Drinking raw milk with your wheat might be the magic bullet-dodger! Hence wheat represents a triple time bomb gliadin, WGA and thaumatin like proteins which maintain physical and physiological characteristics that almost certainly impair gut function, interact with our immune systems to produce low level inflammation, and impair vitamin D metabolism not a vitamin at all, but a hormone having receptors in virtually every cell in the body.

    I have also read about wheat and vitamin D, in other sources. As well as the idea that white skin might be a recent adaptation to grain eating. Oh yeah, and I forgot to mention, that was totally fascinating about the children going through wheat withdrawal! Yes, I can believe it too.

    Matt LaLonde, and many others, have questioned Dr. They are very toxic. And that research has been done. If you have people eat raw or roasted peanuts and you look at the level of lectin that goes into their blood within one hour of consuming those peanuts, you see the lectin levels rise. Even Dr. Ayers, an actual glycobiologist, says that cooked lectins are fine see his user comments, below the post, where he discusses WGA. Actually, certain ancient types of tetraploid wheat e. Interestingly, during the s, gluten and gliadin were considered to be the most nutritious vegetable compound.

    This may explain why cultures preferred wheat varieties with higher levels of gluten. For instance, Einkhorn was the least reactive wheat, and more reactive wheats were preferred by cultures, even during the Neolithic. In the 19th century, doctors recommended gluten bread for diabetics. Also, the protective oils often removed to improve shelf life.

    Those who make this insinuation—that a temporary upregulation of zonulin promotes health issues—are often the same people who recommend using liberal amounts of coconut oil for cooking and eating. For all we know, it may plat a role in oral tolerance. I have gluten in there.