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Constancio C. Vigil – Wikipedia
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Retrieved from ” https: One should stay far from those who live off others’ patriotism. He marshalled his publishing empire’s reach to foster “Billiken Committees” eeial groups of middle-class schoolchildren guided by the namesake magazine to raise donations of food and money for the needy; these groups reportedly grew to over 40, children before the project ended.
His father, a local politician, was forced to relocate to the nation’s capital, Montevideofollowing a political dispute. Vigil, however, remained active during the great depressionwhich until the late s caused severe hardship in Argentine society. Constancio Vigil was at his editor’s desk in Buenos Aires when he died inat age Much as Pulgarcito had been before competition led to its closure, Mundo Argentino was a heavily illustrated magazine packed with advertisements and coupons and centered on a particular genre without being limited to it.
Constancio Carlos Vigil September 4, — September 24, was a Uruguayan-Argentine writer and prominent publisher. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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The company would publish his new titles: Political intrigue once again intruded in the young man’s life, however, when the newspaper was forcibly shuttered inleading Vigil to relocate to neighboring Buenos AiresArgentina.
Constancio Vigil was born in Rocha, Uruguayin Unusually eerial by the standards of early 20th-century Argentine society, Vigil wrote in his weekly editorials that:.
The magazine, byboasted a weekly circulation of over 36, though the versatile businessman sold it at its peak to Editorial Haynes in ; by then, Mundo Argentino soldcopies a week in a country with fewer than 5 million adults.
The ambitious journalist created three magazines between and