Displays the political and monetary advancements that experience happened in Latin the US considering that 1986. The authors emphasize the craze in the direction of democratization because the organizing subject matter of the booklet, overlaying such concerns because the carrying on with debt challenge, political unrest and the foreign drug alternate.

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