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Peronism without Perón

unions, parties, and democracy in Argentina

by James W. McGuire

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Published by Stanford University Press in Stanford, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Argentina
    • Subjects:
    • Peronism,
    • Labor unions -- Argentina -- Political activity -- History,
    • Democracy -- Argentina -- History,
    • Argentina -- Politics and government -- 1943-

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [339]-367) and index.

      StatementJames W. McGuire.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF2849 .M393 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 388 p. ;
      Number of Pages388
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1002613M
      ISBN 100804728313
      LC Control Number96041942

      Peronism without Perón portrays Argentina’s Peronist movement as a collective identity built around a personalistic leader, a set of powerful trade unions, and a weakly institutionalized political party. The book examines the origins of Peronism’s weak party institutionalization, explains why Peronism continued to be weakly institutionalized as a party after Perón was overthrown in "peronism without perón. unions, parties, and democracy in argentina. stanford: stanford university press XVII, p." published on by De Gruyter.

        Juan Domingo Perón (–) was President of Argentina from to , and again from to The charismatic founder of a Third Positionist, vaguely socialist, nationalist, and populist ideology known as Justicialism or Peronism, he . Latin American Research Review Latin American Studies Association /larr Book review essays Cutting the Populist el escudo y el bombo: Una historia cultural de los emblemas del peronismo, de Perón a Cristina Kirchner. By Ezequiel Adamovsky and Esteban Buch. the second digs deeply into Argentine Peronism.

      Read more about this on Questia. Juan Domingo Perón (hwän dōmēng´gō pĕrōn´), –, president of Argentina (–55; –74). Early Career and First Presidency An army officer, Perón was the leader of a group of colonels that rose to prominence after the overthrow of the government of Ramón Castillo in , a group which supported the fascist and Nazi movements in Italy.   The relationship between Peronism and fascism is central to the understanding of Argentina’s political history. If the question is asked if Perón was a fascist, the answer is no. But, did fascism play an important role in the ideological genesis of Peronism? This chapter analyzes the difference between theses two concepts. In its complex reformulation of the past, the Peronist .


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Peronism Without Perón: Unions, Parties, and Democracy in Argentina - James W. McGuire - Google Books. Peronism, the Argentine political movement created by Juan Perón in the 's, has. This book examines why Peronism continued to be weakly institutionalized as a party after Perón was overthrown in and argues that this weakness has impeded the consolidation of Argentine democracy.

Within an analysis of Peronism from tothe author pays special attention to the and periods, when some Peronist Cited by: Peronism, the Argentine political movement created by Juan Perón in the 's, has revolved since its inception around a personalistic leader, a set of powerful trade unions, and a weakly institutionalized political party.

This book examines why Peronism continued to be weakly institutionalized as a party after Perón was overthrown in and argues that this weakness has impeded the. Peronism without Perón: unions, parties, and democracy in Argentina. [James W McGuire] -- Within an analysis of Peronism from tothe author pays special attention to the and periods, when some Peronist politicians and union leaders tried, but failed, to.

Mark, I’m sorry that your Argentine sales are going to take a hit, but you will not be alone in feeling the pain. As is reported in the Peronism without Perón book issue of the Economist, Argentina’s central bank is.

Peronism or justicialism is an Argentine political movement based on the ideas and legacy of Argentine president Juan Perón (–).

It has been a highly influential movement in Argentine politics, since Peronists have won nine out of the 12 presidential elections in which they have been allowed to run. The main Peronist party is the Justicialist Party. Peronism without Peron: Unions, Parties and Democracy in Argentina, by James W.

McGuire. Stanford, California, Stanford University Press, xviii, pp. $ U.S. Perón and Perónism – The Life & Thoughts of Juan Domingo Perón, is unique, especially among English language books, insofar as it is not so much a biography of the remarkable Argentine president, but an explanation of Perónism in theory and the lives of Juan, and especially Eva, Perón are relatively easy to access, seldom is it that a biography of the Peróns, or even a.

Peronism is, without question, the favorite subject of historians of contemporary Argentina. Sincehundreds of books and articles have been devoted to examining this political move‐ ment from the most diverse angles. Indeed, the multiple interpretations of Peronism ventured in the past fifty years would in themselves constitute.

Peronism or justicialism is an Argentine political movement based on the ideas and legacy of Argentine president Juan Perón (–). It has been an influential movement in 20th and 21st century Argentine politics. Since Peronists have won 10 out of the 13 presidential elections in which they have been allowed to run.

The main Peronist party is the Justicialist Party. Get this from a library. Mañana es San Perón: a cultural history of Peron's Argentina.

[Mariano Ben Plotkin] -- Concerned primarily with the formation of political culture, Plotkin (Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, Argentina) explores the mechanisms of. Let’s conclude by circling back to Trump. Semán is upset because some people are equating Trump (who he despises) with Perón (who he admires).

I’m vaguely sympathetic to part of his argument. He’s right that Trump’s version of populism is not the same as Perón’s left-wing version of populism (basically the Bernie Sanders agenda). But since I care about the less fortunate, I have.

Peronism is one of the main social and political movements of contemporary Argentina. Peronism owes its name to its founder Juan Domingo Perón—three times president of Argentina (– But, he opposed Perón, the man, rather than his policies.

Four decades later, when he published this book, he was a well-known historian who had made his name in the field of popular rather than academic history. This book addresses mainly the general public, but scholars cannot ignore it. Torre, Juan Carlos, ed. Nueva historia argentina.

Peronism Without Perón. Authors: James W. McGuire. Categories: History. Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: Stanford University Press. Get Books. Peronism, the Argentine political movement created by Juan Perón in the 's, has revolved since its inception around a personalistic leader, a set of powerful trade unions, and a.

✏Peronism Without Per n Book Summary: Peronism, the Argentine political movement created by Juan Perón in the 's, has revolved since its inception around a personalistic leader, a set of powerful trade unions, and a weakly institutionalized political party. Description: Peronism, the Argentine political movement created by Juan Perón in the 's, has revolved since its inception around a personalistic leader, a set of powerful trade unions, and a weakly institutionalized political party.

This book examines why Peronism continued to be weakly institutionalized as a party after Perón was. The New Cultural History of Peronism: Power and Identity in Mid-Twentieth-Century Argentina.

By Matthew B. Karush and Oscar Chamosa. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, McGuire, James W. Peronism Without Perón: Unions, Parties, and Democracy in Argentina.

Stanford: Stanford University Press, Plotkin, Mariano Ben. In a bizarre nation that likes to borrow pages from Gabriel García Márquez and Jorge Luis Borges books and turn them into real life, it has now become cool to be a Peronist in Argentina. First half of book is a good introduction to Peronism.

Second half of book is somewhat suspect due to the large amount of space given to international conspiracy theory. One of the very few [positive] books in English about Peron and Peronism.

the book is so heavily biassed It was hard to read without laughing out loud, to this day Reviews: 5. The second reason is embodied in what offers a partial explanation to the problem: without anti-Peronism, Peronism would have taken a different form.

On this question the author is explicit (pp.): the Peronist following and the characteristics of the movement developed because of the failure of the attempts on the part of the.The book, empirically rich and suggestive in terms of its argumentation, while avoiding a reading of Peronism as an ‘exceptional’ phenomenon, raises a range of normative questions – in the same spirit as Federico Neiburg, something not uncommon when dealing with Peronism.

A. Rouquié’s concerns are also scientific, and his. Weathering the Storms. This policy has been maintained, in part, because the full-time faculty and 5, mainly urban middle-class students, who pay an average of $25 monthly tuition.