ARGENTINA: Not a Woman's Woman

Evita Perón and Fleur Cowles have a number of things in common. They are both blonde, sleekly dressed and eminent go-getters who came up the hard way. Some 18 months ago, Fleur, accompanied by her husband, Publisher Gardner (Look, Quick) Cowles, paid a 5½-day visit to Argentina, during which she met Evita. Fascinated, Fleur came home and wrote a book, her first. Published this week in Manhattan,* the book shows Fleur's flair for the feminine glance, supplemented, as she says,"by my own sharpened intuition."

The two women met in President Peron's office. "She...

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