If so, you might want to look at how Argentina went wrong, and Australia went right: (thread)
In the same period, Argentina was under military or quasi-military rule for all but the 12 years that Peronists were in power.
Australia had a dodgy constitutional moment in 1975, when Labor PM Gough Whitlam was removed after he was unable to pass budgets.
Argentina has imposed capital controls to halt a balance-of-payments crisis.
Meanwhile Australia is likely in surplus on both its budget and current account for the first time since the 1970s.
Meanwhile Australia's reputation has allowed it to run up the credit card to see it through a weak patch.
My point is that Argentina's reaction to the crises of the 1930s was to break its democratic institutions in the aid of what they saw as a higher good, ie. stopping ideas they thought were bad.