December 28, 2010

Latin America's Five Socialisms

Carlos Alberto Montaner, Miami Herald

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They unite in anti-Americanism, in the conviction that individuals must be at the service of the State, not the opposite, in their contempt for the market and in the superstition that the caudillo knows exactly what benefits or hurts all citizen.

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TAGGED: Nicaragua, Ecuador, Bolivia, Venezuela, Cuba, Latin America

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