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Gain new, unique insights for poverty reduction throughout Latin America
Poverty and Inequality in the Latin American-U.S. Borderlands: Implications of U.S. Interventions shows the implications of direct and indirect involvement by the United States in the borderlands of Latin America, including Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Guatemala. Recognized authorities give expert analysis of the implications of United States’ intervention on entrenched socioeconomic problems, while offering unique insights into poverty reduction.
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"Presents compelling arguments regarding the failed attempts by the government of Mexico to address the growing poverty of its people." -- Mario De La Rosa, Phd, Associate Professor and Director, Center for Research on US Latino HIV/AIDS and Drug Abuse, School of Social Work, Florida International University
"This is a powerful book that increases the sensitivity of those who study and work with Latin American populations." -- Tony Tripodi, DSW, Dean and Professor, College of Social Work, The Ohio State University
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Book Description Haworth Pr., 2005. Soft Cover. Condition: New. 134 pp. New from publisher Language: HISPANIC STUDIES. Seller Inventory # 18390
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