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McPhersonAnti - Chapter 02

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Buy and Download Description In the summer of 2003, families facing eviction from their Buenos Aires apartment complex barricaded themselves in their homes and affixed to their makeshift defenses a sign reading "IMF Go to Hell." In the course of negotiations with the International Monetary Fund in 2002, an Argentine congressman placed a small US flag on the desk of another, implying that his colleague was a quisling for the United States. For more than a decade, Argentines have referred to the US ambassador in Buenos Aires as "The Viceroy," an emperor's representative in the colonies.1 Clearly, symbols of the United States occupy a significant position in Argentine politics. In the summer of 2003, families facing eviction from their Buenos Aires apartment complex barricaded themselves in their homes and affixed to their makeshift defenses a sign reading "IMF Go to Hell." In the course of negotiations with the Internat
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