Eva Perón Damian Kubovcsak

Eva Perón was the First lady of Argentina. Her husband being President Juan Perón. She is connected with revolution because when she was in power she worked on improving women's rights, introduced compulsory religious education into schools, and made homes for the age. Which is an improvement to Argentina.

Eva Perón was born May 7 1919 and died July 26 1952 from cancer. She was in power from 1946-1952. Without actually holding a government position.

"I demanded more rights for women because I know what women had to put up with"

Works Consulted

Fraser, Nicholas, and Marysa Navarro. "Eva Perón." Britannica School, 1980. Encyclopedia Britannica, school.eb.com/levels/high/article/59304. Accessed 1 Feb. 2017.

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