Peronism


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Peronism

justicialism.
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péronisme
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The author rightly points to several factors, from a logical distrust toward the officer that had participated in the nationalistic military government of 1943, which was sympathetic to the Axis, and Peron's own autocratic and personalistic policies to his pro working-class policies that alienated the mostly urban educated Argentine middle-class, to which most Jews belonged (in a very interesting footnote that suggests the importance of this last factor, the author does note that although Peronism failed to capture the Jewish vote in Buenos Aires, "in the Jewish agricultural settlements in [the provinces of] Santa Fe and Entre Rios, Peronism won a majority" [p.
This collection of 11 papers collectively seek to understand these events and their causes, examining such issues the economic liberalization policies of the Menem government, the evolving role of political institutions, the transformation of Peronism, changing patterns of social and political protest.
Its concrete objective is mainly to turn the woman into a public subject to impel and to consolidate Peronism, instrumentalizing her roll as guardian of the home and of the new generations.
Gelman, a journalist and editor as well as a poet, had been active in the radical leftist branch of Peronism in the 1950s and eventually joined the urban guerrilla movement known as the Montoneros.
In Argentine literature the focus tends to be on bureaucracy in private (often foreign-owned) enterprises, until the 1940s, with the advent of Argentina's own nationalist movement, Peronism.
But it is important to remember that during this period Peronism was still alive and well.
During the late '90s, the unemployed workers movement attempted to organize autonomously from leftist political parties and the populism of Peronism.
successfully narrates the making and slow decline of a landed class in Argentina since 1860 until the emergence of Peronism in the mid-twentieth century.
His ideology - peronism - is still a central influence in Argentine politics.
in the Argentinean case, the approach is related to the history of relationships among peronism and university.
The increasing political clout of this section of Peronism was bitterly resented by its orthodox sectors.
9) For instance, Eaton claims that despite the fact that Frondizi held comfortable majorities in both chambers, his government was fairly weak at the light of the heavy electoral support from the then proscribed Peronism.