Latin American Liberalism
By Alvaro Vargas Llosa
After decades of collectivist failures, Latin Americans in the 1990s sought reform in the name of the market economywhile denying its foundation in the rule of law. The result is an ideological confusion whose resolution is the greatest challenge facing Latin American liberals today.
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