Latin America: From Colonization to Globalization
In conversation with Heinz Dieterich, acclaimed political commentator Chomsky reviews a continent on the brink of a major economic and political crisis. An indispensable book for those interested in Latin America and the politics and history of the region.
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Introduction by Heinz Dieterich
The First Invasion of Globalization
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