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The special section of Dissent’s Winter issue, The Future of the Left in Latin America, is edited by historian Patrick Iber. It features:
- Patrick Iber on what the Pink Tide's ebb means for the pan-American left
- Daniel Aldana Cohen on how to stave off eco-apartheid in Bolsonaro's Brazil
- Ailynn Torres Santana on Cuba and the limits of socialism from above
- Andrés Pertierra on the Cuban regime after the Castros
- Gerardo Caetano on whether Uruguay's social democratic exception can last
- Pablo Ospina Peralta on how Ecuador’s government turned against movements
- Thea Riofrancos on building alternatives to extractivism
Outside of the special section, you’ll find: Ava Kofman on the Twitter novel, Vanessa Williamson on the philanthropy con, James Stafford on Labour's Brexit conundrum, Astra Taylor on migration and democracy, Nick Serpe on Bisbee '17, and Timothy Shenk on conservative intellectuals in the Trump era; Jedediah Purdy, Michelle Chen, and Michael Kazin on the midterms; and much more.
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