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Redefining Politics: Latin American Style

May 10, 2006

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"Those who feel left behind—the poor, the indigenous, isolated rural communities—are easily attracted by radical populists who offer simple solutions to complex problems," says the Honorable Charles S. Shapiro. His talk focuses on prescriptions for economic growth, yet the audience’s questions are mainly about the rise of "leftist" politicians across Latin America.

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