End of the Left?

Tuesday, 24 November 2015

The triumph of Mauricio Macri as next president of Argentina is a signal event in Latin American and Argentine politics. Will this be the end of the left? Article argues that more pragmatic and less ideological candidates are emerging. Moreover, the decline in commodity prices is reducing the amount of money that populists can give out to their political bases.

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