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As far back as Gen. Juan Perón\’s 1946?1955 presidency, the northwestern Argentine province of Jujuy could rely on state-run companies and protected industries such as tobacco and sugar.
01.23.2002 :: Middle East
U.S.-Israel relations have been described in a variety of ways. Politicians refer to Israel as the U.S.\’s most reliable ally in the Middle East, if not the world.
01.23.2002 :: Analysis
Early on Biperdhar Sukumar was resentful of everyone and everything around him: when Mukarjee\’s son Ravi got a brand new bicycle, he told himself it was because his shop keeper father cheated his customers, taking advantage of the ignorant cane cutters.
01.11.2002 :: Latin America
A month ago, Argentina was a symbol of the disaster of the free market. Years of recession had driven unemployment to nearly 20 percent and pushed one-third of the population into poverty.
01.04.2002 :: Analysis
A discussion of socialist values and socialist culture begins with a discussion of the values and interests of the socialist intellectuals.