My friend Taos Turner, un periodista inteligente y americano, y un ser humano increíblemente amoroso, escribió un buen artículo sobre Alfonsín en su blog The Argentine Post.
Al pasar, rescato esta idea, entre muchas otras:
But it is emotionally, socially and politically significant because his death has reminded Argentines of something that is missing from modern life: respect.
Modern Argentine politics is a brutal, no-holds-barred game of brinkmanship dominated by brute force and the coercive imposition of power. Animosity, not amicability, defines the current political culture. It is an angry game of bitter insults, where politicians question not the logic of each other’s ideas but the personal motives underlying them.
Link: The Argentine Post