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The day was hot, and many of the men took off their jackets and even their shirts. The descamisados , and those like them, were integral to the populism that dominated Latin American politics from the s until recently. Today, however, even as populists are surging throughout the rest of the world, such voices have fallen conspicuously silent in Latin America. Recent elections have ushered in middle-of-the-road leaders, including one former investment banker, promising fiscal conservatism, free trade, and legal due process.

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Descamisado is a Spanish word that literally means "without shirt" or "shirtless. Following the defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte at the Battle of Waterloo the French monarchy was restored to power. The Bourbons acted to prop up the Spanish monarchy against the popular forces of the Spanish social revolution in the Spanish War of Hugo's character is commenting on the use of the term by the supporters of the French Bourbons. The word was used pejoratively and in direct comparison to the derogative term applied to the French popular masses, the "Sans Culottes" of the French bourgeoisie revolution of

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It served as a platform for leftwing guerrilla organizations. El Descamisado repeatedly attacked conservative trade unionists and the Government's antlinflationary wageprice freeze, and it called for a more socialist political and economic policy. Although the magazine never openly confronted General Peron and repeatedly avowed its loyalty to the aging leader, it excoriated virtually every principal official around him. Last month the magazine embarrassed the President by publishing old statements implying that he approved the guerrilla slaying of Augusto Vendor, a leader of the metallurgical workers' union who was thought to be threatening the general's grip on the labor movement. During his long, exile General Pettit encouraged the growth of a youthful left wing in his movement to balance the conservative unionists and to spearhead his attacks on the military regime that had displaced him. Since his return to the presidency last year, however, he has sought to purge his movement of leftists and has denounced the guerrilla groups as criminals.

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