Peronism


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Peronism

justicialism.
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péronisme
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Peronism has been described as neo-fascism, rightwing socialism, populism, and collectivism by various political pundits, while the United States' policy of containment during the 1950s wisely regarded Peron as nothing more than a communist in sheep's clothing.
They do not come out and say, "Ah, the poor benighted Argentine, he only knows Peronism.
In particular, the book speaks to other works on middle classes, Peronism, and violence, which have mostly focused on more politically involved groups and armed organizations or on middle classes during the military regime.
The Economist considers Peronism, an Argentine political movement whose adherents include Argentine President Fernandez de Kirchner, to be populist, using the term in a pejorative sense.
What now seems more likely, due to the dependence of a majority of Russians on state handouts, is that when Russia's leader finally leaves the stage, Putinism, like Peronism, will survive, with a bizarre half-life lasting decades.
Khieu Samphan, one of Pol Pot's Khmer communist influences in France, based his ideas of economic reform on Argentine Peronism, which further complicates the relationship between this text, the Latin American left, and Marxism (544).
Monday is the beginning of the race for the presidential election of 2015 and control of Peronism," Fornoni said.
This is because the movement, unlike other national movements in other countries, is not a right-wing one, but is more of a popular, leftist one like Peronism, the Argentinean political movement.
The Neoliberal Reversal: Argentina and the Return of Peronism II.
La Hora de los Hornos explains the rise of anti-imperialist regimes in the global south, the first of which was Peronism in Argentina.
Projections of Peronism in Argentine Autobiography, Biography and Fiction.
Resistance and Integration: peronism and the Argentine Working Class, 1946-1976.