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Arturo Uslar Pietri (16 May 1906 in Caracas – 26 February 2001) was a Venezuelan intellectual, lawyer, journalist, writer, television producer and politician. (...) Uslar led a remarkably fruitful life, influential in Venezuelan politics, historical analysis and literature, and as an educator. His period of activity spanned the last years of Venezuelan Caudillismo, the transition to democracy and most of the democratic era of 1958 - 1999. He held posts such as Secretary for the Venezuelan Delegation at the League of Nations, delegate at the International Labour Organization, minister of education, minister of finance, contributor to the Act of Constitution of the New Democratic Government (1958), ambassador to the United States of America, professor of Latin American literature at Columbia University, professor of political economics at the Central University of Venezuela, chief editor of a main newspaper, candidate for the Presidency and member of the Royal Spanish Academy.
Arturo Uslar Pietri OL (Caracas, 16 de mayo de 1906-ibídem, 26 de febrero de 2001), fue un polímata: abogado, periodista, escritor, productor de televisión y político venezolano. En su país ha sido considerado como uno de los intelectuales más importantes del siglo XX.