Anarchism has been one of the issues most studied by Spanish historians who deal with the labor movement. Not surprisingly, anarchism's development took longer in Spain than in other European and American countries, and its influence on the social and political level was greater. In general, most analyses have been framed within the Spanish national context; much less common are studies that highlight the journey of the Spanish anarchists who left Spain for various reasons and devoted themselves to proselytizing and bringing their doctrine to the workers of the Americas.

One of the places where these anarchist immigrants settled was Argentina, a country that has also been the subject of many studies on the development of anarchism and on the influence of Spanish anarchists in organizing workers. However, in spite of this extensive literature, there are still unresolved issues that need to...

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