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From Rio to the Rio Grande free pdf Political instability, leftist governments, environmental problems, poverty, corruption, and open borders that allow drugs, terrorists, and millions of immigrants into the United States are challenges for our nearest neighbour, Latin America. Events south of our border are affecting us daily and changing our society, yet, to our peril, we ignore this region at our doorstep. Now, author Kenneth D MacHarg writes in an easy-to-read, journalistic style about Latin America, its people, issues, and opportunities. And, he helps us to understand the unique characteristics Latin American immigrants bring that are changing our culture.

About Kenneth D. Macharg

Kenneth D. MacHarg has spent nearly 18 years reporting from Latin America. He has lived in Panama, Ecuador, and Costa Rica and has set foot in almost every Latin American country. The author of six previous books, he has written hundreds of articles about the region for newspapers and magazines. Most recently he was Professor of Mass Media and Communication at the Evangelical University of the Americas in San JosA(c), Costa Rica.

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Author : Kenneth D. Macharg
Publisher : Macharg
Data Published : 14 August 2007
ISBN : 9588285569
EAN : 9789588285566
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 190 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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