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  1. Introduction
  2. Representing Argentina
  3. A new Evita
  4. The Works
  5. Feminino Peronist Party
  6. Conclusion

In the first term of Peron, we see that Argentina had good relations with Europe, being the largest exporter of wheat and meat, because after the war European countries were devastated. The United States also maintained good trade ties, and even Spain, even fascist, was dependent on Argentina and Perón did not turn his back on any of it. He was invited by President Franco to visit them, but would not look good to Perón, then decided to send Evita, who took advantage of that to visit, even other nations, especially some that she dreamed know (VIANA, 1973).

The trip to Europe should include Spain, France, Italy, England. According to Ortiz (1995), Evita did not spare all the luxury you could bear the clothes starting and ending in jewelry, even going to visit a devastated and impoverished region as Europe was, for her the luxury would be an important factor to show that Argentina was rich enough to help. And the impression that she wanted to leave, really was for all Europeans, like it or not hers.

[...] Stated that only Eva Peron was much more sound than that huge name. She did not like, but accepted. As for calling it Evita, she gave this right only to the poor (MELO, 1981). The repressive policy of Perón was fierce and deceives those who think that Evita never participated in it, because he left his tracks well, anyone her to see as a threat to her or Perón, gave up a way to determine the output of the person the position then occupied. [...]

[...] It made her angry. Visited poor schools, learned a little more about the persecution that the Jews suffered because it was still completely unaware of you. Had contact with all fashion couturiers, even forgot to visit a poor school, only to see the models that pleased him. Visited the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Palace of Versailles which was reopened in his honor, made a point of going to the tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte, great idol of her husband (ORTIZ, 1995). [...]

[...] Always wore a bun with which remained all day in his head. He spent all his time looking after their "shirtless". One month after the trip to Europe, already had the rhetoric of speech in perfect condition and know how anyone talk to the Argentine people and let them excited. It is worth noting that when it is said to the people, is really for the people, for Evita was terrified of aristocracy and landowners. As in his speeches were curled the words "love and heart", led the crowds that listened to their feet, as if it were an international star (ORTIZ, 1995). [...]

[...] Perhaps the presence of Evita has not been much desired in Rome because in a predominantly Catholic country, was known to all its deviations before becoming first lady (ORTIZ, 1995). Many works of art were visited by her and cultural sites as well, but nothing touched, perhaps because she did not understand any of it. What really made her moved was to visit the poor and chat with them. Made numerous donations anywhere, from slums to churches. For more luxury to hear, according Ortiz (1995), the whole crowd was always at his feet, his spirit still always being poor, could never be aristocrat. [...]

[...] London: Current, 1973. [...]

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