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Weekly Program
Teo Ballve, Editor of bi-monthly publication 'NACLA Report on the Americas'
 Tarik M. Abdelazim  Contact Contributor
April 27, 2005, 8:31 a.m.
Concluding the series on Latin America, this show aims to step back for a broad overview of the emerging social movements across the region. Discussion with Teo Ballve, member of NACLA and Editor of NACLA Report on the Americas.
WHRW, 90.5 FM. Binghamton, NY.
From Mexico to Venezuela, from Ecuador to Bolivia, the common link is simple: social movements emerging in direct opposition to the failed free-market fundamentalism touted by Washington and its proxy agencies. We discuss the gas wars in Bolivia, the Argentinian collapse, and recent political unrest in Mexico and Ecuador. (Sorry--first 10 minutes of show not included.)

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