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Ah, the irony. This book was written at the beginning of the 1990's when most countries of South America and Central America were in the grips of comparative despair and poverty. Forward 20 years later and it seems the governments in these formerly poor countries were taking these lessons dispensed by the superpowers to heart. Get your house in order they said. And then, the U.S. Saw the biggest economic collapse in a long time and Canada seems poised to become another greedy oil-monger. In a w Ah, the irony.

This book was written at the beginning of the 1990's when most countries of South America and Central America were in the grips of comparative despair and poverty. Forward 20 years later and it seems the governments in these formerly poor countries were taking these lessons dispensed by the superpowers to heart. Get your house in order they said. And then, the U.S. Saw the biggest economic collapse in a long time and Canada seems poised to become another greedy oil-monger. In a way, the book was correct, the advancement of countries like Chile, Brazil, Costa Rica and others has been short of spectacular.

Granted, the latinamerican 'idiot' is still alive and kicking with his Che Guevara t-shirts and his demagogic speeches. In some cases it rose to power like in Venezuela or Bolivia or stayed put like in Cuba who still today is quietly begging for foreign investment (what do we think lifting the embargo means). So yes, investment, competition, wealth creation and in short, capitalism has generally lifted a few boats and continues to do so despite endemic corruption and crony privileges. It's very exciting what's happening in Mexico, one could only imagine where Mexico would be if they could get rid of the drug traffic scourge and the whole folklorico-religious-raza idiocy.

Unfortunately, the book was so entranced by the wealth creation mechanisms of places like the U.S., New Zealand, South Korea, and Spain, yes, Spain, that it missed how frail some of that wealth was and how it was also skirting true market competitiveness. It was real estate sand castles and corporations manipulating the market and getting bailouts, in New Zealand it was movie studios dictating labor laws and Spain, well, it will be a miracle if it ever climbs out of the hole it made. The sad part is that today the U.S. And some of the formerly hopeless Republics of the south seem to resemble each other more and more and the net sum seems to target the lower common denominator, the gap between rich and poor and the harm done to the middle class in the wealthier countries while the standard of living in places like Brazil and Mexico might render our immigration walls moot in a few years because we will be the ones looking for jobs there.

Sure, doesn't seem plausible just yet but give it twenty more years. Mal presagio: papito (de uno de los autores) Mario escribio la presentacion (bastante elocuente en atribuirle al libro del hijo cualidades inexistentes). Una buena parte del libro presenta la corriente contraria a 'Las Venas abiertas de America Latina', libro del que, tampoco, soy gran partidario, aunque al que considero bastante menos radical en el otro lado del espectro politico: y es que los dos presentan dos extremos de una posicion politica y economica. El uno, 'El Idiota', de una intoleran Mal presagio: papito (de uno de los autores) Mario escribio la presentacion (bastante elocuente en atribuirle al libro del hijo cualidades inexistentes).

Una buena parte del libro presenta la corriente contraria a 'Las Venas abiertas de America Latina', libro del que, tampoco, soy gran partidario, aunque al que considero bastante menos radical en el otro lado del espectro politico: y es que los dos presentan dos extremos de una posicion politica y economica. El uno, 'El Idiota', de una intolerancia bastante mas marcada y ocupado en satanizar cualquier idea que no sea la propia. Varios capitulos del libro me parecieron escritos con un radicalismo pueril, por marionetas de un sistema que no terminan de entender su papel de titeres. En teoria el libro usa el humor y la ironia (me rei solo una vez) para describir algunos puntos de vista. A grandes rasgos, uno de los puntos de vista del libro con el que mas concuerdo es el que dice que no somos (los latinos) victimas: cada uno se fabrica su propio destino. Es triste, para mi, leer un libro tan mal escrito sobre una corriente de pensamiento con la que me identifico mas (el capitalismo, aunque el capitalismo de verdad, sin compadrazgos, sin excesos, sin, pues, salvajismo) que con la opuesta (el socialismo, o la idea de que el esfuerzo individual debe estar, por decirlo de alguna manera, subyugado).