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Carlos Ibarguren

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Carlos Ibarguren (April 18, 1877 – April 3, 1956) was an Argentine academic, historian and politician. As a writer he was noted as one of the foremost academics of the history of Argentina as well as a leading expert on constitutional law. Politically he was initially associated with the liberal tendency amongst the country's intelligentsia before moving to far right nationalism in later life. Early career Ibarguren was born on Salta, in 1877 to  Dr.  Federico  lbarguren  and  Margarita  Uriburu and was schooled locally.  He then went to the University of  Buenos Aires, graduating with a doctorate of law in 1898. An academic by profession, Ibarguren was a professor of law at the University of Buenos Aires, his alma mater. Recognised for his fine legal and constitutional mind from 1904 onwards he held several undersecretary positions within the government. Utilising his experience Roque Sáenz Peña appointed him as justice minister during his administration of Roque Sáenz
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