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Peronism (Spanish: Peronismo), or Justicialism (Justicialismo), is an Argentine political movement based on the political legacy of former President Juan Domingo Perón and his second wife, Eva ...

What is Peronism? | Analysis | teleSUR English

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Nov 10, 2014 ... Juan Peron is the most important political figure in Argentina, with reams ... is also the name of the party of Argentina's current president Cristina ...

Peronist | Argentine history | Britannica.com

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Mar 11, 2016 ... Peronist, Spanish Peronista, in Argentine politics, a supporter of Juan Perón, a member of the Justicialist Party (Partido Justicialista; PJ), or an ...

ARGENTINA: The Persistence of Peronism | Center for Latin ...

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More than 60 years after Juan Perón was first elected president of Argentina, his party continues to dominate Argentine politics. Torcuato Di Tella of the ...

Argentina's new conservative president signals end of Peronist ...

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Dec 10, 2015 ... Macri's ousting of Fernandez's leftist party comes as left wing politics are losing political ground in the region. Brazil's leftist President Dilma ...

The History of Peronism (Part I) ‹ The Argentina Independent

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Oct 11, 2011 ... The political opposition organised itself around the figure of US .... This involved dissolving the peronist party and banning any of its members ...

Peronist Party Losing Its Grip on Argentine Politics - NYTimes.com

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Feb 9, 2003 ... As a result, the Peronist Party, which has dominated Argentine politics since the 1940's, plans to offer three candidates in the election, which is ...

Party and State in Peronist Argentina, 1945-1955 - JStor

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of the Peronist labor unions, who have arrogated to themselves many of the functions normally performed by political parties. However, as well as being in this ...

PERONISM AND ANTI-PERONISM: SOCIAL-CULTURAL ... - Clacso

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They are reflected in Argentina in political parties and political identification, and they ... Peronism and Anti-Peronism: Political Identity and Social-Cultural ...

Peronism | Definition of Peronism by Merriam-Webster

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the political, economic, and social principles and policies associated with Perón and his regime and usually regarded as fascist <a … factual indictment of the ...

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The persistence of Peronism | The Economist

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Oct 17, 2015 ... Argentina's dominant political brand is defined by power, not ideology. ... Peronism is a brand rather than a party. Its official vehicle is called the ...

Peronism and its perils | The Economist

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Jun 3, 2004 ... Political differences were fought out within parties (often violently) rather than ... Provincial over-representation has given Peronism a built-in ...

Perón and Peronism - Latin American Studies - Oxford Bibliographies

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Oct 28, 2011 ... The Peronist Party was banned, and Peronism was thought to disappear—but it did not. Political instability characterized the second period.