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Fernando Henrique Cardoso, former president of Brazil, and Ricardo Lagos, former president of Chile, in a candid conversation with Moisés Naím, Editor-in-Chief of Foreign Policy. Two of Latin America's leading political figures confide that one of the region's greatest challenges in political polarization.
Recent research suggests that exclusion represents a severe drag on the region's economic growth and stability. Tackling high inequality and low social mobility is fundamental to getting economies on a sure footing.

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