Juan B. Justo
Juan B. Justo who is born on June 28, 1865 in Argentina is a famous Politician. The age of Juan B. Justo is # year old. The birth sign of Juan B. Justo is Cancer. Juan B. Justo has have thousand of fans and supporters in Argentina.
Juan B. Justo was a multitalented Argentine physician who also worked as politician, writer and journalist. He started his career as journalist before joining job at Hospital de Cronicos as surgeon in 1890. As journalist, he worked for newspaper La Prensa and El Obrero later joining as member of Civic Union to go for Park Revolution against presidency of Miguel Juarez Celman in 1890. Soon he founded, La Vanguardia, a daily newspaper in 1894 that ultimately led the formation of Socialist Party in 1896 with teen group of Augusto Kuhn, Isidoro Salomo and Esteban Jimenez serving as chief director for the Party until his death. He then ran for the election of national deputy in 1912 and led several projects for city of Buenos Aires as deputy till 1924 resolving issues of alcoholism, illiteracy and gambling for social welfare. He as writer has also written some work based on politics and social ideas as follows
• Theory of History (1898)
• Theory and Practice of History (1909)
• Argentine Socialism (1910)
• The Currency (1937)
• The Free Cooperation (1938)
The last two above mentioned works were published posthumously. He died on 8th January, 1928 in Buenos Aires.
He was awarded with gold medal from Faculty of Medicine when he was just 23 year old.
He was married to Alicia Moreau de Justo in 1922 and got blessed with three children.
His mother opposed the decision to end his studies at young age and join his father in agricultural work.
He was born on 28th June, 1865 in Buenos Aires, Argentina to Don Felipe Justo and Aurora Castro. His family occupation was related to agriculture. He went for studies in medicine at Universidad de Buenos Aires completing it in 1888. He then moved to Europe to clear his socialist ideas.
He contributed in work of translation of Karl Marx’s ‘Das Kapital’ from German to Spanish.