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Peronism, or Justicialism, is an Argentine political movement based on the thought of former President Juan Domingo Perón and his second wife, Eva Perón. Perón’s party, the Partido Justicialista, derived its name from the Spanish words for “Social Justice” (Justicia Social).
The pillars of the Peronist ideal, known as the “three flags”, include: Social justice, Economic Independence, and Political Sovereignty. Peronism can be described as a third position ideology, as it rejects the extremes of Capitalism and Communism. Peronism espouses Corporatism and thus aims to mediate tensions between the classes of society, with the state responsible for negotiating compromise in conflicts between managers and workers. It is, however, a generally ill-defined ideology; different, and sometimes contradictory sentiments are expressed in the name of Peronism. Today, the legacy and thought of Peron have transcended the confines of any single political party and bled into the broader political landscape of Argentina, therefore Peronists are usually described as a ‘movement’. Traditionally the Peronist movement has drawn its strongest support from the working class and sympathetic unions, and has been characterized as proletarian in nature.