Inequality Drives Millions of Latin-Americans Back to Street Protests

Thwarted prospects and discontent with politicians have exhausted the patience of millions of people and are behind the protests taking place from north to south of the region. Although each country has its own specific features, the end of the commodity boom is often cited as a cause.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Thwarted prospects have burst the bubble for millions of Latin Americans. The protests in the most unequal region of the world are recurring at a dizzying pace, from Haiti to Chile; from Central America to the Andes.

To seek a straightforward rationale behind a region with two . . .

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