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    Maria Eva Duarte was born on May 7, 1919 in Los Toldos Argentina. She was the youngest illegitimate child of Juan Duarte and his mistress Juana Ibarguen. Eva had a difficult childhood, her father had his own wife and children, and he gave Juana’s Ibarguen children his last name and would visit them once in a while. When Eva was seven her father died living them in very poor conditions, all the family, her mother and the five children lived in a tiny one room and in order to pay the rent and have

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    Eva Duarte Peron (Evita) Thesis: Her experience as a member of the lower class who overcame poverty and her belief in bringing justice to the poor made everything that she did for the people of Argentina possible. Eva Peron 'Mi vida por Peron!' ('My life for Peron!') [Evita] cried a thousand times before the roaring crowds, and then she died. There are parallels that could be drawn between her life and the lives of other obsessively ambitious women who have forced their

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    Evita Peron Born Maria Eva Duarte, Evita lived a life as an actress, a first lady to Argentina, and as an unofficial political leader (Minster). Her strong personality and her passion for advocating for the poor granted her the title of “Spiritual Leader of the Nation” (Minster). In a history that is centered on male figure heads, Eva Peron is one of the only women to leave a legacy that rivals any male leader in Latin America. EVA'S EARLY YEARS Childhood. Eva came from a humble background. She

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    Juan and Eva Peron Seventy-two years later and the effects of Peronism are still present in the Argentinian society. The roots of Peronism can be traced back to Juan Peron, a military general and later on the President of Argentina. Him, along with his wife Eva Peron, left an imprint on the Argentinian society with their radical changes in politics involving government aid to the poor and the minority. The legacy of Juan Peron started before he became president. In the early 1940s Peron joined the

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    popular political figures was Eva Perón. She was loved and hated by many people throughout the country. She was most appreciated by the poorer working class in the country. The working class championed behind Eva Perón not necessarily because of who she was, but what she represented. Eva was born an illegitimate, poor child. Her father died, leaving her and her siblings to be raised by their mother, his mistress. He left no assets, only an allowance to use his last name. Eva ran away from home at 15

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    Eva Peron: The Woman, the Politician, the Saint The crowds outside the residency were astounding. An amazing number of people had turned out to say a final good bye to their first lady, Eva Peron. Never before in Argentine history had a death so affected the people. A large scale mourning of this kind was something that had never before occurred. A two day general strike was called in every business except those that were absolutely necessary. Within three days of Eva’s death, not a single

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    Eva Perón Eva Perón was born May 7, 1919 in Los Toldos, Argentina where she lived in poverty after being abandoned by her father, an Argentinian politician. At the age fifteen, she escaped poverty when she moved to Buenos Aires where she pursued her acting career, even though she had a lack of education and connections. Later, her success began to pick up as a successful radio and film star, and by 1942 she gained financial stability and was able to start a stable life. She later started her

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    As a revolutionary, Eva Duarte Perón transformed the lives of Argentina’s working class. Her influence in politics, also, shaped the way that women were viewed in the government. Eva was concerned with the welfare of the public which motivated her to try and improve their everyday life. Juan Duarte, Eva’s father, had two families: one with his legitimate wife and another with his mistress, Juana Ibarguren. Born on May 7, 1919, María Eva was the fifth born child of Duarte’s mistress, Juana

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    1976 but it didn’t debut until 1979 on Broadway. It was based on the life of Eva Peron, who ended up being the most famous First Lady of Argentina. In a recent interview with Mark Shenton, Tim Rice said that he heard about Eva Peron on the radio and remember her from a stamp he saw as a child. That moment was enough to make Rice interested in Eva Peron’s life story. This all happened in 1973 twenty-one years after Eva Peron had already passed away. Along with Andrew Lloyd Webber, they created a pop-

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    talking about Eva Perón a lady whom grew up in poverty for most of her childhood. She is famous because she was the first lady of Argentina. She was first lady from 1946-1952. She was a very strong woman even though she faced a lot of tough times. So, if you want to learn more about Eva Perón keep on reading. Eva was born May 7, 1919, though it’s an unproved fact says she forged a birth certificate when she married Juan Perón. Eva had 4 siblings, 1 brother and 3 sisters. In 1926, when Eva was 6 years

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