February 1991
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;feb1991, Vol. 4 Issue 10, p41
Academic Journal
Introduction of the new model of national development, with the characterization of its philosophy and its neoliberal rationale. The country denationalizes, and outers the play of international contemporary trade in an inferior role. Subordination to the US is greater every day. Gravest of all is the resignation to the national cultural project: sense of life has been sold out to the highest bidder, the nation is in grave danger, there is no cultural policy directed by the State. The case of the media is even more pathetic. Everything moves in function of economic, mostly transnational, interests. It is time to do something about it.


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