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Argentina's Difficult Political Landscape and Libertarian Prospects for Change

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07/21/2022Octavio Bermudez

Once wealthy Argentina has suffered under one interventionist regime after another for nearly a century. What are the prospects for changing things for the better?

Original Article: "Argentina's Difficult Political Landscape and Libertarian Prospects for Change"

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Octavio Bermudez

Octavio Bermudez is an Argentinian student of Political Sciences and International Relations at the University of Palermo, Argentina. On top of his academic studies on political science and IR theory, his main areas of interest and research are philosophy (with a focus on political philosophy), economics and history.

Original Article: 
Argentina's Difficult Political Landscape and Libertarian Prospects for Change