No woman, before or since, has possessed as much magnetism and influence as Eva "Evita" Perón. During the 1950's, she was the most powerful woman in the Americas - capturing the heart and soul of the poor, whose causes she championed until her tragic death at age 33. Her stormy and passionate life brought so much hope to Argentina in an age of political power struggles, bloody coups, military oppression and economic depression.
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