September 12, 2010

Latin America's Obsession with the Past

A. Oppenheimer, Miami Herald

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Without forgetting their past, Latin American countries should look more to the future. Instead of spending so much time on their fallen independence heroes.
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TAGGED: Honduras, Argentina, Ecuador, El Salvador, Felipe Calderon, Mexico, Simon Bolivar, Hugo Chavez, Venezuela, 200th anniversary of the independence of several Latin American

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