Even as Latin Americans are striving to promote the values of democracy in their native countries and beyond, a mutual understanding between this region and the United States remains lacking. Why has this process proved to be such a struggle, and what does the future of the region hold?
In Redeemers, historian Enrique Krauze presents the major ideas that have formed the modern Latin American political mind during the late 19th and 20th centuries. Krauze looks closely at how these ideas have been expressed in the lives of influential revolutionaries, thinkers, poets, and novelists.
Speaker: Enrique Krauze
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