Tale of Two Cities

Kurlantzick, Joshua
January 2002
New Republic;1/14/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 1, p42
Discusses how economic problems in Argentina have sparked riots in the capital, Buenos Aires. Riots in front of the Casa Rosada; Gap between the working class, middle class, and wealthy; Impact of the economic policy of former economy minister Domingo Cavallo on the working and middle classes; Announcement of the introduction of a new currency.


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