Understanding Pope Francis: Argentina, Economic Failure, and the Teología del Pueblo
By Samuel H. Gregg
This article appeared in the Winter 2017 issue of The Independent Review

Argentina’s economic failures helped shape Pope Francis’s anti-market attitudes. Ironically, the pontiff’s politico-economic outlook represents a variant of one early cause of those failures: the coercive collectivism of Juan Peron.

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