Enemy in the blood malaria environment and development in argentina examines the dramatic yet mostly forgotten history of malaria control in northwest argentina carter traces the evolution of malaria science and policy in argentina from the diseases emergence as a social problem in the 1890s to its effective eradication by 1950. Health campaigns in this case malaria eradication were about much more than the disease rather these cam paigns were waged on a wider canvas that unveiled deep er concerns about the body politic and nation malaria enemy in the blood malaria environment and development in argentina the aag review of books. Eric carters enemy in the blood is an interesting book about the history of malaria control in argentina from about 1890 to 1950 the book adds nicely to a growing body of scholarship on the history of public health campaigns not only in argentina but throughout latin america and elsewhere. Book reviews economic life cannot but yield important conclusions about the roles that borders have played in regional and global histories alan l karras university of california berkeley enemy in the blood malaria environment and development in argentina by eric d carter tuscaloosa university of alabama press 2012 p 238. Eric d carter enemy in the blood malaria environment and development in argentinatuscaloosa university of alabama press 2012 xv 283 pp illus 3850
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