The Economist Print Edition | 10/3/2008 12:00:00 AM
In Latin America, the most trenchant opponents of globalised finance look most likely to suffer at its hands
Oct 3 -- If analogies with the Great Depression are scary for Americans, they are hardly less so for Latin Americans. Within a few years of the 1929 stockmarket crash, 16 governments in the region fell to military coups or takeovers by strongmen.
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