Positive Effect of His Rule
Peron had a short-lived legacy when he expanded the GDP of Argentina by over a fourth compared to the previous decade. According to Anderson, this GDP followed a lumbering recovery from 1933 to the year 1945. The benefits from this activity came a year after 1945; the citizens benefited as per his five-year plan.
Adverse Effects of His Rule
Peron failed because his reforms were not radical enough. He tried to accomplish several goals simultaneously, running multiple projects but not having enough resources. Peron also failed because he believed in a non-fascist philosophy, “Justicialismo”- a third-way philosophy that tried to steer clear between socialism and capitalism.