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Extra info for Argentina under Perón, 1973–76: The Nation’s Experience with a Labour-based Government
The difference did not go unnoticed; the Government soon tried to co-opt some of the union leaders through offering special benefits to one union after another, but with limited success. It inaugurated, however, the practice of negotiations with the union leadership, in particular with the so-called participacionista group. This was to continue, and, despite the failed strikes and the The Long Wait 25 anti-labour economic policies, this represented a big change for the unions. Instead of being ostracised, they began to be accepted as an integral part of the system.
The sit-ins could not be kept up and so they dissolved. This was partly owing to the Government's 'donothing' attitude, which by not creating an opposition gave the strikers the appearance of indulging in a pointless exercise. While the policy of the Government was probably the wisest possible under the circumstances, it still gave the business sector the impression of a serious lack of authority and seemed to mark the beginning of social chaos. Whilst these were the main allegations from one side of the political spectrum, on the other side the Peronist groups were unhappy at the attempts of the Radical government to foster some of the internal feuds in the party as well as in some of the major unions.
Although there was a background of resentment and dissatisfaction among many people, there was no relation between the degree of dissatisfaction and the kind of violence which took place. What is clear today is that it was not the spontaneous phenomenon which many people at the time, and some political scientists (Delich, 1974), believed it to be. It was one of the first occasions on which the subversive organisations had an active political impact on Argentine society (Hodges, 1976). A surprising aspect of the cordobazo was the weak reaction of the Government.