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Perón's Return To Power As Reflected In The Israeli Press

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This chapter examines the way Perón and the Peronist doctrine were portrayed in the Israeli press in the period from Perón's final return to Argentina in June 1973 up to his death and the succession of his third wife, María Estela Martínez de Perón, to the presidency in July 1974. José López Rega, served as Perón’s personal secretary during his final years of exile. Perón's victory in the presidential elections created a clearer situation, at least for a time, although the problems Argentina faced were far from being resolved. During the first months of Perón's government, the daily press in Israel paid little attention to what was happening far off in Argentina. In an editorial, Davar opined that "the decline of Peronism after Perón's death will be even much more rapid than the decline of Gaullism after De Gaulle's retirement.

Keywords: Israeli press; López Rega; Perón's final return



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