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Alvear, Marcelo Torcuato de

Born: 1868 AD
Died: 1942 AD

1916 – Placed Irigoyen, Hipólito in the presidency.


1917-1922 – Argentine ambassador to France.


1922-1928 – He became the president of Argentina.


        – Secured enactment of some reforms, especially agricultural measures, but largely because of a split with Irigoyen his administration, on the whole, accomplished little.


1931 – He was barred from the presidential race. 


1937 – He was defeated by Roberto M. Ortiz in the election for presidency.