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Colonialism Isn't the Source of Latin America's High Inequality

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01/27/2022Lipton Matthews

Latin America's antiglobalization epoch, from 1913 to 1970, was marked by high regulations and antitrade efforts that have fueled Latin America's economic problems.

Original Article: "Colonialism Isn't the Source of Latin America's High Inequality"

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Lipton Matthews is a researcher, business analyst, and contributor to Merion West, The Federalist, American Thinker, Intellectual Takeout, mises.org, and Imaginative Conservative. Visit his YouTube channel, with numerous interviews with a variety of scholars, here. He may be contacted at lo_matthews@yahoo.com or on Twitter (@matthewslipton).

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Colonialism Isn't the Source of Latin America's High Inequality
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