The Values of Free Enterprise versus the New Populism in Latin America
By Carlos Rodríguez Braun
The failures of price controls and nationalizations have helped make traditional Latin American populism unpopular. If populism transforms itself into a program for a stronger welfare state, the results could be even worse for economic growth.
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