What if Latin America Ruled the World?: How the South Will Take the North into the 22nd Century

What if Latin America Ruled the World?: How the South Will Take the North into the 22nd Century

Oscar Guardiola-Rivera


for many Westerners, Latin the USA is the junior companion of the hot
World, an underdeveloped sibling to the U.S. and Canada. The vibrancy of
its tradition is unquestionable, however the Spanish and Portuguese-speaking
countries of important and South the US are simply typecast and
overlooked as unique, risky, and decidedly no longer a part of the 1st
World. In his provocative and strong booklet, Oscar Guardiola-Rivera
shows how Latin the United States and its everyone is making their presence felt
across the realm through scary long-standing political and financial
assumptions and orthodoxies.

The US will nonetheless occupy middle
stage within the West in the mean time, yet few observers have taken
notice of the quick development of Spanish language and tradition in the
USA--which is quietly and quick changing into a part of Latin the USA in its
own approach. Guardiola-Rivera's stimulating paintings is both a hidden history
of the fashionable global (the silver peso used to be the 1st worldwide foreign money) and
a piercing examine the longer term. Latin the US has been within the leading edge
of competition to globalization, and its politics are innovative,
innovative and in contrast to these anyplace else on this planet. For somebody
interested sooner or later of the Western hemisphere or the realm economy,
What if Latin the United States governed the realm? is a must-read.

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