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The Cato Institute is reaching out for minds in Latin America. The Libertarian think tank recently launched the Spanish-language site at www.elcato.org with material tailored for the region. Debate on hot-button topics like drugs and immigration can be had by pressing (what else?) hot buttons divided by topic, including institutional favorites like free trade and small government, in the Publications section. A linked index of the region's like-minded organizations can be found under Enlaces. One complaint that will deter potential sympathizers: the obviously translated material is stilted and full of errors.
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Author:Stinson, Douglass
Publication:Latin Trade
Date:May 1, 1999
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