November 23, 2010

Want to Slash Poverty? Look to Latin America

David Francis, Christian Science Monitor

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While poverty has grown in the United States, it's been shrinking in Central and South America.

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TAGGED: Ecuador, Argentina, Venezuela, Bolivia, Brazil, Latin America

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