Socio-Political Dynamics within the Crisis of the Left

Socio-Political Dynamics within the Crisis of the Left

This collection studies the gestation of the crisis of the left turn consensus dominant in Argentina and Brazil for the past 15 years and the emerging socio-political dynamics developing in this particular context of change.

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