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Agustín Salvia

Social Inequality in Contemporary Argentina

by Berenice Rubio and Agustín Salvia

Most Latin American societies have been marked by underdevelopment and stark inequalities. In the mid-twentieth century, however, Argentinian society seemed to illustrate an alternative: high urbanization, full employment, universal healthcare and education, advanced intermediate industrialization and an extensive middle class – a relatively integrated society with moderate inequality and much social mobility. But this society changed dramatically...

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