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ANTH 185: Latin America in the News

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Browse the WSJ

 

WSJ: World: Latin America

This is the WSJ's category for fact-based reporting on Latin America

Opinion: The Americas

This is a regular column of opinion pieces the WSJ publishes about all counties in North, Central, and South America. While an opinion column, many of the writers quote statistics and sources in their pieces.