Political systems are built in a country to manage the institutions of resource allocation, citizen’s rights and national security. When the government is no longer satisfactorily maintaining these institutions, political change is bound to occur. In Latin America, during the 30’s and 40’s, the governments of Brazil and Argentina failed and therefore political revolutions overthrew the old regimes. Getulio Vargas and Juan Peron rose to power with Populist platforms appealing to the masses. In order to maintain power, these leaders changed their target group from the citizens to the military, church and other powerful institutions.
Vargas and Peron were two men who became leaders in their countries after revolutions.The revolutions occurred...
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