Neo Liberalism in Argentina Essay by Research Group

Neo Liberalism in Argentina
An examination of the political climate in Argentina and the effect on its population.
# 26662 | 1,982 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2002 | US

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This paper begins by explaining the political system of neo-liberalism in Argentina. It then discusses the economic effects of this system as well as its social effects on Argentinian society. It concludes with a look at technological advances in Argentina and how these are assisted by the political system.

From the Paper:

"The overriding agenda of Neo-Liberals is to reconcile the workings of market institutions with the needs of social cohesion, and claims of individual choice with responsibility to society. This remains the agenda of liberalism -- and of the parties of the center and left today. But it is courting disappointment to expect that we can learn a great deal from the liberal thinking of yesterday about how to implement that agenda at a time when economic globalization and cultural diversity are advancing as never before. In a curious twist, some who 20 years ago embraced collectivist institutions uncritically and scorned individualism as a barbaric relic of bourgeois culture are now among the most vociferous defenders of individual rights and marked reforms (Gray, 1996)."

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