Eva Peron "I know that, like every woman of the people, I have more strength than I appear to have."

Eva was the wife of president Juan Peron of Argentine. Eva became a powerful but unofficial political leader. She was admired by the lower economic class. She created her own Eva Peron Foundation. These resources were used to establish thousands of hospitals, schools, orphanages, homes for the elderly, and other charitable institutions. Eva was largely responsible for the passage of the women suffrage law and formed the Peronista Feminist Party in 1949. Eva introduced compulsory religious education to all Argentina schools. She was nominated for vice president in 1951 but died of cancer.

Science and Technology relates to Eva Peron because she invented the Eva Peron Foundation which helped many people. Revolution also relates to Eva because she had a big part in change. She helped with the Women suffrage law and the Peronista Feminist Party.


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