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A Question in Latin America: What Kind of Solidarity Economy?

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August 31, 2010
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  Pachamama and Progress: Conflicting Visions for Latin America's Future

Benjamin Dangl

Miners in Potosí, Bolivia set off sticks of dynamite as cold winter winds zipped through the city, passing street barricades, protests, hunger strikers and an occupied electrical plant. These actions took place place from late July to mid-August against the perceived neglect of the Evo Morales administration toward the impoverished Potosí region.
This showdown in Bolivia is similar to conflicts across Latin America between the promises of left-leaning governments, the needs of the people and the finite resources of Pachamama(Mother Earth).

This article is posted on the Toward Freedom web site, http://www.towardfreedom.com/home/

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