tribute was Victor Ra61 Haya de la Torre, a young provincia politician who . 15 Haya de la Torre, El antiimperialismo y el apra (Santiago, apra, pp. Obras completas: El antimperialismo y el APRA. Front Cover Volume 4 of Obras completas, Víctor Raúl Haya de la Torre, ISBN X, Title, El antiimperialismo y el APRA. Author, Víctor Raúl Haya de la Torre. Contributor, Partido Aprista Peruano. Edition, 7. Publisher, Nuestramérica, ?.

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Haya de la Torre was able to return to Peru in and his party was again legalized in Haya de la Torre advocated a system of Latin American or, to use his preferred term, Hayw solutions to Latin American problems. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Haya de la Torre was born in the northern Peruvian city of Trujillo. Mackaya Free Church missionary.

Combined, it is a popular boys’ name among APRA members and supporters. University of Chicago Press.

Haya de la Torre, Víctor Raúl 1895-1979

Views Read Edit View history. His supporters have sometimes claimed he had female lovers. Then, a military junta annulled the elections.

Haya de la Torre clearly liked the company of young men. President of the Peruvian Aprista Party — This name uses Spanish naming customs: His party remained popular. To that end, Haya de la Torre founded the Universidades Populares Gonzalez Prada, night schools for workers, which according to some historians formed the foundation for the Partido Aprista Peruano.


However, rumours of homosexuality were scattered around the country during and after his life by his political enemies, generally in a crudely homophobic fashion. That year, antiimperrialismo was imprisoned for 15 months and his party was outlawed until and then also from to The Life and Times of John A.

Víctor Raúl Haya de la Torre

He was deeply influenced by the headmaster of the school, John A. Ana Billinghurst died while he was under diplomatic protection and he was unable to attend her funeral.

There were new elections inbut Haya was defeated in the vote. There have been claims that Haya de la Torre secretly married his close friend and sympathizer Ana Billinghurst daughter of former president Guillermo Billinghurst inbut they seem to have been shown to be unfounded. Retrieved from ” https: Haya de la Torre advocated the overthrow of the land-owning oligarchies that had ruled Peru since colonial days, replacing them with an idealistic socialist elite.

The Politics of Reform in Peru: However, he continued to live mostly abroad until On July 12, on his death bed, he signed the new constitution.

Obras completas: El antimperialismo y el APRA – Víctor Raúl Haya de la Torre – Google Books

In other projects Wikimedia Commons. In he became president of the constitutional assemblywhich drafted a new constitution. He favored universal democracyequal rights and respect for indigenous populations, and socialist economic policies such as agrarian reformbased on the concept of communal land ownership, and state control of industry.


He ran for president again, obtaining victory by a slim margin but not enough to be constitutionally elected.

El antiimperialismo y el APRA – Víctor Raúl Haya de la Torre – Google Books

The lack of love interests in Haya de la Torre’s life was sometimes remarked upon. This page was last edited on 28 Augustat He called upon the region to reject both U. Peruvian Aprista Party presidential candidate, He was instrumental in bringing the ideas of the Argentine University Reform movement La Reforma to San Marcos, and administrative reforms were instituted in In Haya de la Torre was exiled by the government of Augusto B.

The International Court of Justice at the Hague considered his case. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Part of the reform movement was university extension programs, through which the university students hoped to reach the working classes.