Peter F. Hispanic American Historical Review 1 February ; 54 1 : — Professor Alexander recognizes the significance of this book, for it is translated and included in its entirety. Thus, we are unquestioningly told that Haya opposed an insurrection in Trujillo in p. On the matter of annotations, the editor does not fare much better.
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Born in Trujillo , a city on the north Peruvian coast, in the bosom of an aristocratic family, he enrolled in the National University of Trujillo and then the School of Law of the National University of San Marcos. He soon stood out as a student leader supporting the working class. He participated in protests against the regime of Augusto B. Returning to Peru in after a European and Latin American tour, he founded the Peruvian Aprista Party , on whose political scene he would remain active from then until his death. He suffered imprisonment, exiles and political asylum. In , his party was again banned and after the coup d'etat by general Manuel A.
Víctor Raúl Haya de la Torre