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Papers On South America
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Applying King's Nonviolence Theories to Peruvian Racial Bias
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A 5 page paper discussing ways in which the principles of nonviolent demonstration can call attention to and require negotiation of racial injustices that have been long institutionalized. Modern Peru holds the remains of colonial racial stratification as did the US in 1963 when Martin Luther King wrote "Letter from a Birmingham Jail" defending the use of the "direct action" aspect of nonviolent demonstration, the action of last resort to force negotiation leading to real and lasting change. Many of the stratifications that now exist in Peru are similar to those existing in the early 1960s. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KS-MLKPeru.wps

Argentina - Economy
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An 11 page paper. The first section discusses the current state of Argentina's economy, providing some historical information and data and progress since 2002. This also includes discussion of some of the actions taken by the new president. The next section discusses challenges the country faces and what they are doing to mitigate those. Finally, policy recommendations are made. 4 Tables are included. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PGargbdg.rtf

Argentina's Democracy
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A 10 page paper that considers the elements that have led to Argentina's pursuit of democracy and focuses on recent political situtions in that country. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Argentina.doc

Argentina: An Economic Nightmare
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A 12 page review of the historical and contemporary reasons behind the current state of economic strife being experienced in Argentina. This paper emphasizes that while Latin America’s “free market avatar” may have been hoped to have been a shining model of a republic but the free market simply has not worked. While the wealthy have benefited, the commoner has only fallen deeper and deeper into the economic rut which now characterizes the entire country. The author reviews factors ranging from the inverse relationship in export and import, the adverse role of the International Monetary Fund, and the internal politics of Argentina which have led to this state. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PPargent.rtf

Banking Systems of Argentina and the United States
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A 7 page paper comparing the central banking systems of Argentina and the US. It appears that the primary difference in the central banks of Argentina and the US (aside from direct government involvement) is the ability of each to control the money supply as well as interest rates as instruments used in fine-tuning the orchestration of the market as described by Adam Smith. Smith’s “invisible hand” can become too heavy for the market to bear without any central bank intervention, but the central banks of both Argentina and the United States both have demonstrated in too-recent memory that ill-advised action can be as detrimental as no action at all. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KSargBank.rtf


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