Historical processes are sometimes activated by ruptures, that is, abrupt cuts or spectacular confrontations. But these processes are also integrated with continuities, lines of evolution that are usually silent and work as persistent articulations of collective life. Such is the theme of this new book by Félix Luna, whose content is made up of unpublished materials or those that appeared throughout the 1980s and the first years of the current one. The author's intention is to show that our history is a counterpoint to fractures and permanence whose understanding is essential to understand its result, which is none other than the country where we live, the society in which we are inserted, the world of beliefs that conditions us . Through an entertaining and informative narrative, Félix Luna presents characters and moments, processes and situations that in his time were active agents of the dialectic between sudden innovations and silent evolutions, and now constitute historical elements that must serve to understand better to Argentina today.