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Three recent memoirs take a look at some of Latin America's most tumultuous chapters, and how baby boomers experienced them to the fullest.
Raúl Gallegos traces the roots of Venezuela's current collapse along the lines of its oil-laden history.
A new volume, edited by Riordan Roett and Guadalupe Paz, highlights Asia's growing ambitions in Latin America.
Colombian journalist Marisol Gómez Giraldo goes behind the scenes in this early account of the country's tumultuous peace process.
Richard E. Feinberg's book takes a look at Cuba's fascinating - and frustrating - new marketplace.
A work of fiction and misdirection by one of Chile's brightest young writers, Alejandro Zambra.
Russell Crandall offers a nuanced take of El Salvador's civil war - and whether it offers U.S. policymakers any real lessons.
A review of “Narconomics: How to Run a Drug Cartel.”
A substantial and captivating look at Latin America's shopping mall boom.
An imaginative mythology from the incomparable Alejandro Jodorowsky.

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