By Evita Duarte Peron of Argentina.
In this booklet Evita Peron writes about her life and her task in bringing about social justice in Argentina. She talks of her love and admiration for her husband and the opposition they had to overcome during their struggle. She talks a lot about feminism, and her ideas of what it should mean. She does not believe in the masculinisation of women and condemns the idea that men and women are the same. She believed that married women should have a regular financial allowance which she suggests should be half the national average wage. She believed, and to some extent, implemented, the cultural elevation of women and claimed that the shattered moral values of her day could only be restored by the nation’s mothers.
She is described in the introduction as the Spiritual Chief of the Nation who won the hearts of the workers.