"Latin America - at War with the Past"
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This paper responds to questions on the relevance of Carlos Fuentes's volume of 1985 which is, definitely, still relevant. The paper focuses on the special strengths of this monograph that involve the author's attention to cultural and historical realities in Latin America that render it a distinct culture zone. The paper also discusses the U.S. involvement and how it has led to globalization.
From the Paper:"The Ongoing Relevance of Carlos Fuentes, in Latin America - at War with the Past. (1985). Toronto: Anansi, 2001. The arguments found in Carlos Fuentes's volume, Latin America - at War with the Past, as valid in 2005, as they were 20 years ago, in a day when the world may have seemed rather different. The Soviet Union had yet to fall, there was some faith in international development programs that allowed for deficit finance, and developing countries had yet to feel the effects of restructuring ordered by the World Bank and International Monetary Fund."
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