The Long Wait

  • Guido di Tella
Part of the St Antony’s/Macmillan Series book series


While the study of any process requires an understanding of previous developments, here it is all the more necessary, as we are trying to analyse the return of a regime which had been in power nearly three decades before, from 1946 to 1955. Perón’s first stay in power left a most significant imprint both upon followers and upon opponents. His traumatic downfall was followed by his long exile and an equally long electoral ban on his partisans. This wait of more than seventeen years introduced several changes in the significance and role of Peronism; these were even greater than those normally involved in moving from government to opposition.


Trade Union Business Sector Foreign Capital Labour Movement Military Coup 
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