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Pern and Pernism, is unique, especially among English language books, insofar as it is not so much a biography of the remarkable Argentine president, but an explanation of Pernism in theory and practice. While the lives of Juan, and especially Eva, Pern are relatively easy to access, seldom is it that a biography of the Perns, or even a scholarly history of Argentina, details the doctrine of Justicialism. In Pern and Pernism, Bolton draws on primary documents and speeches to define the Pernist doctrine that has moved the hearts and minds of the majority of Argentines for generations. Pern is shown to have been not only a great leader, who built the foundations of modern Argentina, but a philosopher who drew upon various philosophical schools, from Classical Greece onwards in synthesising a 'third position' that transcends capitalism and communism, Right and Left, and exposes 'demoliberalism' as a fraud. Here we also see a man of vision, an exponent of geopolitical blocs to counter globalist hegemony, whose ideals remain profoundly relevant in the age of globalisation.