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A play about the Leadership and Legacy of Eva Peron. She was the wife of Argentinean President Juan Peron. She died at age 33 of cancer.

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manny
I do! People will follow you. You are a great leader. You will figure it out. Now get out there and go to Buenos Aries. Go get 'em kid!
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PRESIDENT FERNANDEZ DE K
She left quite a legacy. She was a great leader to her people. But was she this mythical person that everyone clams her to be? Or was she just an actress who rode fame to the top? You can talk to many people in Argentina and get many opposing viewpoints on who she really was. But on only one element was there agreement: to do what she had done, Eva had made great personal sacrifices. Yet while they admired this sacrifice, it did not take on the religious aura of martyrdom. But that's what makes her legacy great, that people argue on what she has done, but agree she made great personal sacrifices for these achievements. She was an actress, a radio host, political activist, first-lady, philanthropist, political candidate, and now more recently a revolutionary. Among factory workers in other parts of the city, an aggressive warrior and battle companion had arisen for the urban guerrilla, the revolutionary Eva Peron. This Eva inspired the loyalty of factions from socially diverse backgrounds who were the new Peronists of the late 1960s and early 1970s.
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eva
(WITH FORCEFULNESS)
It doesn't matter those morons say. Our nation's leaders are a feeble crew. There's only twenty of them. What is twenty next to millions who are looking to Juan Peron!
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She left quite a legacy. She was a great leader to her people. But was she this mythical person that everyone clams her to be? Or was she just an actress who rode fame to the top? You can talk to many people in Argentina and get many opposing viewpoints on who she really was. But on only one element was there agreement: to do what she had done, Eva had made great personal sacrifices. Yet while they admired this sacrifice, it did not take on the religious aura of martyrdom. But that's what makes her legacy great, that people argue on what she has done, but agree she made great personal sacrifices for these achievements. She was an actress, a radio host, political activist, first-lady, philanthropist, political candidate, and now more recently a revolutionary. Among factory workers in other parts of the city, an aggressive warrior and battle companion had arisen for the urban guerrilla, the revolutionary Eva Peron. This Eva inspired the loyalty of factions from socially diverse backgrounds who were the new Peronists of the late 1960s and early 1970s.
AndrewBernitt added dialogue in "This is your first scene." two years ago. more
Narrator
Eva Peron was an important figure in Argentina. She was an incredible leader and left an indelible legacy. She was an actress, a radio host, political activist, first-lady, philanthropist, political candidate, revolutionary and martyr. Opinions on her are divisive. But one thing is certain: she was a great leader and left a lasting legacy in Argentina and around the world.
 

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