peronismo

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peronismo

(Del general Juan Domingo Perón.)
s. m. POLÍTICA Movimiento político argentino de carácter populista, surgido en 1945 con la subida al poder de dicho general, caracterizado por la búsqueda de una tercera vía entre el capitalismo y el comunismo. justicialismo

peronismo

 
m. polít. Movimiento desarrollado durante el mandato del presidente Perón (1946-55). Se trataba de una alianza o frente interclasista, bajo la conducción de un líder carismático. Su carácter nacionalista, en un país dependiente y periférico, y su componente de masas configuraron una dinámica antiimperialista. Su programa era reformista: nacionalización económica, desarrollo industrial y redistribución de la renta.
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PERONISMO
General Juan Domingo Perón (1895-1974) came to power in Argentina in 1946, on a social justice platform known as justicialismo. He aimed to break Argentina's dependence on exports by developing the domestic economy through state-led industrialization. Peronismo stood for nationalization of industry, trade unions, paid holidays, the welfare state, and the provision of affordable housing. Women were given the vote in 1947, a move championed by Perón's charismatic wife "Evita" (María Eva Duarte), who was extremely popular in certain circles and became a major public figure. Following her premature death from cancer in 1952, Perón's support began to crumble and he was driven into exile in 1955. His party was banned for almost a decade and did not regain power until 1973, when he was recalled from exile to become President. He died the following year and was succeeded by his second wife Isabel Martínez, who was ousted in a military coup in 1976. Peronismo as a movement has survived, and the Peronist party returned to power in 1989 under Carlos Menem.