The Peróns: Argentina’s Populist Power Couple

By Robert K. Logan. Juan Perón and his wife Evita have been lionized by some, while they have been accused of many evil things by others. Were the Peróns really so bad? Or have they merely been smeared because the populist Perón was not unfriendly to the Third Reich?

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Understandably, the mainstream media have chosen to ignore the first results of the much-ballyhooed “CEANA” investigations into Argentina’s alleged Nazi past. CEANA is the Argentine “Commission of Inquiry into the Activities of Nazism in Argentina” (Comisión Para el Esclarecimiento de las Actividades del Nazismo en la Argentina). [Read the entire article as PDF…]


Taken from
The Barnes Review, November/December 2002: The Peróns: Argentina’s Populist Power Couple
VOLUME VIII, NUMBER 6


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