In her role as first lady, Eva developed intense work both in political mode as the social. As regards the policy worked hard to get women to vote since it was the organizer and the founder of the women’s branch of peronism. This organization was formed to recruit women from different social strata of Argentina. The leaders of the new grouping received the name of delegated enumerators.He created hospitals, homes for the elderly and single mothers, two polyclinics, schools, a children’s city. During the holidays he distributed cider and sweet bread, Lole needy and organized children’s and youth sports tournaments. The main axis of its popularity was its great ease and charisma to connect with the working masses, to whom she called his DESCAMISADOS. Eva Peron died on July 26, 1952, very young, from leukemia. Excerpt from the book the reason for my life written by Eva Peron in 1951: when I chose to be avoided I know I chose the way of my people.
Now, four years of that election, it is easy to prove that it was indeed. Nobody but people call me avoids. They only learned to call me so the descamisados. Men from Government, political leaders, ambassadors, the men of company professionals, intellectuals, etc., that I visit often call me Madam; and some even say publicly Her Excellency or Dignisima Lady and even, at times, Madam President. They don’t see me more than Eva Peron. The descamisados, on the other hand, don’t know me but as Evita.
I myself them thus, moreover, the day that I went to the meeting of the humble of my land saying that preferred to be avoided to become the wife of the President if that avoids serving to alleviate any pain or wipe a tear. And, rarity, if men of Government, leaders, politicians, ambassadors, those who call me Lady rang me prevents me would be perhaps so strange and out of place as a kid, a worker or a humble person in the village called me Lady. But I think that even more rare and ineffective would seem to themselves. Now if they anti-grunge me what I prefer, my answer would not take out of me: I prefer my town’s name. When a kid named me avoids I am mother of all the kids and all the weak and humble of my land. When a worker calls me prevents me feel warmly of all men through a cultural program and companion of popular interest, IBERO Spanish School in Buenos Aires offers a critical and insightful look at the writings and most important films that have occurred in the history of argentina, about the life of Eva Peron.