Latin American Perspectives discusses and debates the political economies of capitalism, imperialism, and socialism in the Americas. Most issues of this stimulating journal focus on a single issue, nation, or region. Latin American Perspectives offers a vital multidisciplinary view of: Economics - the moral, political, and social desirability of economic policies Political Science - the patterns of social action that underlie the operation of nations, the competition for power, and the conduct and misconduct of governments International Relations - as they affect the nationalist movements and internal problems of Latin American countries Philosophy - as applied to the realities of developing nations History - inside views of history in the making Geography - the environmental condition, ecology, and exploitation of resources Sociology - organized groups, social institutions, and the new social movements, including feminism, ecology, and urban and rural labor Anthropology - the culture, ethnicity, and resistance of peoples of the region Literature - the personal poetic comments of activists and revolutionary scholars
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