By M. H. J. Finch
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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?
14 In the case of Uruguay it is difficult to find positive evidence for any direct effect. It has been suggested that the low rate of population growth is a symptom of pessimism about the future of the country, which is communicated to or shared by those deciding whether or not to invest in new productive capacityY The argument hardly seems plausible, especially since the period of rapid economic growth based on the domestic market coincided with fertility rates which were lower even than those of the crisis period itself.
The overwhelming cause of the rapid growth of Montevideo has in fact been internal migration. 8 per cent in the capital itself. The number of internal migrants was equal to or exceeded the number of Montevideo-born in all age-groups from 40-44 upwards. The major sources of migrants to Montevideo are the urban areas of the interior-three-quarters of migrants in the census were urban-born (though the definition of urban is not known and is probably juridical rather than by size of population nucleus).