At another point, Francis said that in responding to abuse the church must avoid what he called the "extreme" of " 'justicialism
,' provoked by guilt for past errors and media pressure."
The time has come to find a correct equilibrium of all values in play and to provide uniform directives for the Church, avoiding the two extremes of a 'justicialism
' provoked by guilt for past errors and media pressure, and a defensiveness that fails to confront the causes and effects of these grave crimes".
For the municipal elections of other Rio Negro towns, Graciela Iuorno (2007) reviews the important degree of affiliation to party proposals as alternatives to justicialism; the newspaper "Rio Negro", the central news source with the most economic relevance in the area, repeated criticisms and complaints throughout the Peronist administration.
"Given that it is the irrevocable duty of the town to pay homage to the iconic creator of justicialism, General Peron and the immortal Spiritual Leader of the Nation, Mrs.
"We are confident true justice can be applied to the separate decisions, based on law and equity, not on Justicialism
(a theory of government involving government intervention)."
These were required reading for party members, who were also exposed to a mass of books, pamphlets and manuals that proclaimed the official doctrine of Justicialism
. Although its complex tenets, which involved striving for a balance between idealism, materialism, individualism and collectivism, may have been clear to very few, these works were much simpler.