Pure transformational action

Twenty-five people have helped show us the most far-reaching virtuous changes that took place in Latin America in the last quarter century. They showed us that the region is not irredeemably condemned to grow at rates of 2% less than the average of the emerging world. Condemned to be less productive. Condemned to be unequal. Condemned to be the place with the least respect for human life on the planet. Condemned to have the most unstable and weak rules and institutions. They showed it was posible to advance without leaving social groups behind, without losing years, valuable resources, or, worse, human lives in the process. It was people who brought about, facilitated, or led many of these transcendental changes. Not […]

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