Juan Peron and the Reshaping of Argentina

Juan Peron and the Reshaping of Argentina

The essays in this volume seek to uncover the man behind the myth, to define the true nature of Perónism. Several chapters view Perón's rise to power, his deposition and eighteen-year exile, and his dramtic return in 1973.

Author: Frederick Turner

Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Pre

ISBN: 9780822976363

Category: History

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Although Juan Perón changed the course of modern Argentine history, scholars have often interpreted him in terms of their own ideologies and interests, rather than seeing the effect of this man and his movement had on the Argentine people. The essays in this volume seek to uncover the man behind the myth, to define the true nature of Perónism. Several chapters view Perón's rise to power, his deposition and eighteen-year exile, and his dramtic return in 1973. Others examine: opposing forces in modern Argentina, including the church and its role in politics; the conflict between landed stancieros and urban industrialists, terrorist activities and their popularist support base; Peronism and the labor movement; and Evita Perón's role in advancing the political rights of women.
Categories: History

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fiesta feasible there is a seasonal migration from the CuchuFrederick C. Turner
and José Enrique Miguens . Pittsburgh , 1983 . matanes mountains to the hot ,
humid ...

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State Terror Economic Policy and Social Rupture During the Argentine Proceso 1976 1981

State Terror  Economic Policy  and Social Rupture During the Argentine  Proceso   1976 1981

4The chaotic situation during the last year of Isabel Peron ' s government is well
summarized by Wayne C . Smith , " The Return of Peronism , " in F . Turner and J
. E . Miguens , eds . , Juan Perón and the Reshaping of Argentina . Pittsburg ...

Author: Paul G. Buchanan

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ISBN: UTEXAS:059173018744465

Category: Argentina

Page: 75

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Report explores varied usage of state terror as a complement to a specific economic and social project under the military-bureaucratic authoritarian regime that governed Argentia from 1976 to 1981. It uses the Gramscian notion of domination to do so, showing how state terror was applied systematically and multivariously in order to disrupt the economic and political strength and excluded social classes. This essay had its genesis during my stay as a visiting scholar at the Center for the Study of State and Society (CEDES) in Buenos Aires, Argentina in the Fall of 1983. This paper explores the varied usage of state terror as a complement to a specific economic and social project under the military-bureaucratic authoritarian regime that governed Argentina between 1976 and 1981. To do so, it adopts a neo-Gramsican theoretical approach in order to demonstrate that state terror was an essential part of the exercise in dominio that was the so-called 'Proceso de Reorganizacion Nacional' (Process of National Reorganization). It then demonstrates that both overt and more subtle forms of state terror were used by the military regime and its civilian allies in a systematic attempt to disrupt the economic and political strength of those believed responsible for the chaotic social conditions they inherited: the domestic bourgeoise and organized working classes. Finally, an appraisal is made of the impact this application of state terror had on collective identities within the victimized classes, as well as on Argentine society as a whole. (fr).
Categories: Argentina

Projections of Peronism in Argentine Autobiography Biography and Fiction

Projections of Peronism in Argentine Autobiography  Biography and Fiction

Frederick C . Turner , ' The cycle of Peronism ' in Juan Perón and the Reshaping
of Argentina , p . 4 . David Rock , Argentina 1516 – 1987 , p . 264 . Juan Domingo
Perón , Yo , Juan Domingo Perón : relato autobiográfico , ed . Torcuato Luca ...

Author: Lloyd Hughes Davies

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105123303187

Category: History

Page: 344

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As shown by the worldwide success of both the stage and film versions of Evita, Eva Perón continues to arouse interest beyond the borders of Argentina. Within the country she holds near-mythic status, yet the effect of Peronism on Argentine culture demands to be better understood. Lloyd Hughes Davies opens a new dimension on Perón’s impact by widening the traditional focus on her influence on literature to include autobiographies and biographies. In the process he demonstrates how the boundaries between the novel, life-writing, and historical writing have become increasingly blurred.
Categories: History

Peronism and the Three Perons

Peronism and the Three Perons

A Checklist of Material on Peronism and on Juan Domingo, Eva, and Isabel
Peron, and Their Writings, in the Hoover Institution Library and ... Juan Perón and
the reshaping of Argentina ( see Turner , Frederick C . ) BJuarez , Carlos Arturo .

Author: Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace

Publisher: Hoover Inst Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105011747958

Category: History

Page: 170

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Argentine Unions the State the Rise of Per n 1930 1945

Argentine Unions  the State   the Rise of Per  n  1930 1945

See also José Enrique Miguens , “ The Presidential Elections of 1973 and the
End of an Ideology , " in Juan Perón and the Reshaping of Argentina , ed .
Frederick C . Turner and J . E . Miguens ( Pittsburgh , 1983 ) , 150 – 59 . Torcuato
S . Di ...

Author: Joel Horowitz

Publisher: University of California International &

ISBN: UOM:39015018512379

Category: Political Science

Page: 284

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Categories: Political Science

Term Paper Resource Guide to Twentieth century World History

Term Paper Resource Guide to Twentieth century World History

Why Perón Came to Power : The Background to Peronism in Argentina . New
York ... A useful study that situates Perón and his policies in the context of
Argentine history . Di Tella ... Juan Perón and the Reshaping of Argentina .
Pittsburgh ...

Author: Michael D. Richards

Publisher: Greenwood

ISBN: STANFORD:36105028493497

Category: Education

Page: 335

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Organizes significant twentieth-century political, social, economic, and social events covered by world history curricula into chronological order, and suggests six term paper ideas for each event.
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Academic American Encyclopedia

Academic American Encyclopedia

PERPENDICULAR GOTHIC STYLE 177 Perón , Juan D . in As president of
Argentina from 1946 to 1955 , Juan Perón ... J . A . , Perón ( 1983 ) ; Turner , F . C
. , and Miguens , J . , eds . , Juan Perón and the Reshaping of Argentina ( 1989 ) .

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Argentina Uruguay Paraguay

Argentina  Uruguay   Paraguay

gaucho in Argentine history , see Richard W Slatta ' s Gauchos and the Vanishing
Frontier ( University of Nebraska ... Another important book is Frederick Turner
and José Enrique Miguens ' s Juan Perón and the Reshaping of Argentina ...

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ISBN: PSU:000021419904

Category: Argentina

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Argentina Uruguay Paraguay

Argentina  Uruguay   Paraguay

gaucho in Argentine history , see Richard W Slatta ' s Gauchos and the Vanishing
Frontier ( University of Nebraska ... Another important book is Frederick Turner
and José Enrique Miguens ' s Juan Perón and the Reshaping of Argentina ...

Author: Wayne Bernhardson

Publisher: Lonely Planet

ISBN: UTEXAS:059173011889175

Category: Travel

Page: 610

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Discusses the natural attractions and points of interest in Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay, and includes practical travel information
Categories: Travel

Peronism Without Peron

Peronism Without Peron

Unions in Argentine Politics, 1955-1966 James William McGuire. Collier , David ,
and Ruth Berins Collier ... Perón contra Perón . Buenos Aires : Editorial Antygua .
... Juan Perón and the Reshaping of Argentina . Pittsburgh : University of ...

Author: James William McGuire

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:C3114269

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Page: 694

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Argentina

Argentina

Marysa Navarro , “ Evita and Peronism , ” in Juan Perón and the Reshaping of
Argentina , ed . Frederick Turner and José Enrique Miguens ( Pittsburgh :
University of Pittsburgh Press , 1983 ) , p . 15 . 16 . Ibid . , pp . 18 – 25 . Also see
Fraser ...

Author: Gary W. Wynia

Publisher: Holmes & Meier Pub

ISBN: UOM:39015029214221

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 240

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The World Book Encyclopedia

The World Book Encyclopedia

Perón , pay ROHN , Juan Domingo , hwahn doh MEENG goh ( 1895-1974 ) , was
president of Argentina from 1946 to 1955 , and became president again in 1973 .
A military revolt ended ... Juan Perón and the Reshaping of Argentina . Ed . by ...

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ISBN: UOM:39076000911821

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An encyclopedia designed especially to meet the needs of elementary, junior high, and senior high school students.
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Ambassadors in Foreign Policy

Ambassadors in Foreign Policy

When those newly galvanized forces made their move to oust Perón , they
discovered how badly they had miscalculated the redistribution of power that had
occurred . In his excellent study Juan Perón and the Reshaping of Argentina ...

Author: Amelio Vannucci

Publisher: Praeger Pub Text

ISBN: UOM:39015013498681

Category: Political Science

Page: 154

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United States foreign policy towards Latin America is one of the most sensitive and controversial subjects in the news today. Ambassadors in Foreign Policy makes a comparative study of six U.S. Ambassadors to Latin America and their role in policy making. This book is invaluable in its assessment of the role of these individuals. Certainly, students of Latin American affairs, U.S. foreign policy, comparative politics, or diplomatic history will welcome its new perspective and fresh insights.
Categories: Political Science

Foreign Affairs

Foreign Affairs

... Juan Perón and the Reshaping of Argentina Frederick C . Turner and José
Enrique Miguens , Editors Traces Perón ' s rise to power , his deposition and 18 -
year exile , his dramatic return in 1973 , and the powerful forces shaping
Argentine ...

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ISBN: UCSD:31822004417424

Category: International relations

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Handbook of Political Science Research on Latin America

Handbook of Political Science Research on Latin America

A new effort to explain Peronism was undertaken from a variety of disciplinary
perspectives in edited volumes , for example , Juan Perón and the Reshaping of
Argentina ( 1983 ) , which was assembled by Frederick Turner and José Miguens
.

Author: David W. Dent

Publisher: Greenwood

ISBN: UOM:39015019563413

Category: Political Science

Page: 448

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The volume offers a rich synthesis of political science research on Latin America over the past 30 years and offers a wealth of information to anyone interested in the area--from the beginning student to the area specialist. . . . The volume is an impressive achievement and will not outdate soon. Library Journal (starred review) This handbook offers the reader a rich synthesis of the political science research on the Latin American region over the past thirty years. It reviews published books, articles, and government documents in addition to a few select doctoral dissertations. Sixteen contributors participated in the making of this volume, all of whom have lived and done field work in Latin America and the Caribbean and have studied and taught about Latin America. The starting date of 1960 was chosen because that year coincided with the rapid growth of research on Latin America, spurred by the Cuban Revolution and the Alliance for Progress. The handbook is divided into two main sections: comparative politics and international relations. Within each section are chapters on specific countries of interest or on general topics or areas. Appendixes (which include a selected bibliography and a listing of major research centers in Latin America and the Caribbean) and indexes follow the main body of the book. This book should be of great value to anyone interested in the history and methodology of political science research on Latin America and the Caribbean. Specialists from other areas of study will also find this volume's information invaluable. Beginning students of Latin American history and politics will find this work a comprehensive review of the field over the past three decades.
Categories: Political Science

The New Argentine Democracy

The New Argentine Democracy

... años de sindicalismo Argentino, De Perón al proceso. Buenos Aires:
Corregidor. Smith, Wayne (1983), "The Return of Peronism," 97-146, in Frederick
Turner and José Enrique Miguens (eds.), Juan Perón and the Reshaping of
Argentina.

Author: Edward C. Epstein

Publisher: Praeger Pub Text

ISBN: UVA:X002191175

Category: Political Science

Page: 282

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This volume brings together ten experts on Latin America to evaluate Argentina's newly restored democracy. Specifically, they examine the success of economic and political programs implemented since the end of 1983 by the freely elected Alfonsin and Menem governments. Special attention is given to the efforts of democratic office holders to secure the support of powerful interest groups such as the armed forces, business, labor, and the Catholic Church. Further attention is given to Argentina's two dominant political parties, the Radicals and the Peronists, the strong personalities of presidents Alfonsin and Menem, and the contrasting efforts of these men to restructure the traditional political coalitions that have for so long immobilized the country. This volume will be of interest to scholars and students in political science, comparative politics, and Latin American studies.
Categories: Political Science

Political Resurrection in the Twentieth Century

Political Resurrection in the Twentieth Century

Enrique Pavón Pereyra, Diario secreto de Perón (Buenos Aires: Sudamericana
Planeta, 1986), 9. Page, Perón, a Biography, 127; ... Turner and Miguens, Juan
Perón and the Reshaping of Argentina, 4, 6. Skidmore, Modern Latin America, 87
.

Author: L. Derfler

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137027863

Category: Political Science

Page: 279

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Charles de Gaulle of France, Juan Perón of Argentina, and Pierre Elliott Trudeau of Canada all achieved the pinnacle of political power, fell from or relinquished power, and then, after a period in the political wilderness, regained their power. By placing greater emphasis than that customarily accorded by biographers on the interment that followed their fall and preceded their resurrection, Derfler describes what they did, the lessons they learned, and the mistakes made by their successors that facilitated their reentry.
Categories: Political Science

Labor Movements and Dictatorships

Labor Movements and Dictatorships

Manuel Mora y Araujo and Peter H . Smith , “ Peronism and Economic
Development : The 1973 Elections , ” in Frederick C . Turner and José Enrique
Miguens , Juan Perón and the Reshaping of Argentina ( Pittsburgh , 1983 ) , 147
– 70 .

Author: Paul W. Drake

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105018348289

Category: History

Page: 253

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A comparative study of the experience of working-class movements under capitalist authoritarian regimes from the 1920s to the 1990s. This text offers a series of country studies - on Uruguay, Chile and Argentina - set against a larger comparative context that includes Portugal, Spain and Greece.
Categories: History

The Southern Cone Nations of Latin America

The Southern Cone Nations of Latin America

Suggestions for Further Reading ARGENTINA Alexander , Robert J . , Juan
Domingo Perón : A History . Boulder , 1979 . ... Turner , Frederick C . and José E .
Miguens , Juan Perón and the Reshaping of Argentina . Pittsburgh , 1983 .

Author: William F. Sater

Publisher:

ISBN: UTEXAS:059173018495509

Category: History

Page: 99

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