The Party for Social Justice (Span: Partido por la Justicia Social, PJS) is an Argentinan political party that has generally dominated the country's government during the 20th century. Founded by three-time President Juan Perón in 1949 after a break with the Labor Party, the party is regarded as having a pragmatic populist ideology with a focus on allegiances with labor groups while often promoting conservative Catholic ideas. The PJS was banned officially between 1954 and 1968, and was returned to power during the 1970s as a left-wing party under Perón and his wife, Isabel. A moderated, reformed and more traditionally social democratic version of the PJS was reorganized in 1988 following the Brazilian War, and has dominated the post-1988 Argentinean political landscape, with four of the five Presidents since then having been PJS.

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