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Wondering why Latin America is in revolt? From Ecuador to Chile, Haiti to Argentina ordinary people have had enough of rising inequality, hunger, and poverty. redfish went to Argentina to look at how IMF-imposed austerity and President Mauricio Macri’s neoliberal policies have brought thousands onto the streets. redfish also uncovered how a U.S. backed resurgence of Latin America’s right-wing is destroying the environment and threatening the continent’s natural resources.

By Rachael Boothroyd Rojas

Published on redfish, Oct 25, 2019



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