Juan and Eva Peron Research Paper by hicaliber

Juan and Eva Peron
An analysis of the impact of Juan Peron and his wife, Eva ("Evita"), on Argentinian society.
# 93421 | 701 words | 1 source | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Mar 18, 2007 in History (Leaders) , History (Latin America)

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The paper discusses how, during the Peron years, Evita Peron successfully created a cult of personality around Juan Peron, as leader of the Peronista movement. The paper further discusses how Eva suggested that non-support for Peron and Peronismo was inherently unpatriotic. The paper examines how, in 1952, the popular Eva Peron's death hastened the decline of her husband's political fortunes. The paper further examines how the unified national support for Peron unraveled, causing the military to seize power from him.

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Cockcroft, James D. Latin America: History, Politics, and U.S. Policy. 2nd Ed. Chicago: Nelson-Hall Publishers, 1997. 566-604.

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