By M. H. J. Finch
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It was not the result of favourable political change; on the contrary, the resurgence of the urban sector itself contributed to the restoration of batllismo, which in turn developed policies conducive to rapid industrial growth. The breakdown of the Terra-Herrera alliance and the revival of batllismo produced the new constitution of 1942 and a revival of batllista-inspired legislation. The conception of the state as mediator between labour and capital was greatly strengthened by the institution of wages councils in 1943.
The industrial bourgeoisie). On the contrary, in Uruguay as in Argentina, the withdrawal of support by the imperialist power required the landowning class to increase its direct representation in the political process, in order to secure the internal changes which the new international conjuncture required for the landowners to maintain their pre-eminence. Why then was the new regime unable to maintain 18 A POLITICAL ECONOMY OF URUGUAY SINCE 1870 control of the state apparatus, being gradually ousted from 1938 onwards until the batllistas were restored to government under the new constitution of 1942?
A. a. Notes: I. Three-year average. 2. 1975 only. Sources: (1895-1964) Ana M. Rothman, 'Evolution of Fertility in Argentina and Uruguay', International Population Conference. London. 1969, vol. I, (International Union for the Scientific Study of the Population, Liege, 1971) vol. 1, p. 716. (1969-71) UN Demographic Yearbook (1975), V Censo de Poblaci6n. 1975. Muestra de Anticipaci6n. which, however, seems now to have stabilised or even increased slightly, probably as a consequence of the changing age-structure of the population towards a higher proportion in old age-groups.