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Spring 1999

The Market Turn Without Neoliberalism

This article is by Carlos Salinas de Gortari and Roberto Mangabeira Unger. The Former president of Mexico and a Harvard law professor argue that the global capital market is not he savior it was said to be. The recent world financial crisis demonstrates that new strategies are needed.

Dublin - The world financial crisis provides an opportunity to rethink the way forward to freedom and prosperity all over the planet, in richer countries as well as in poorer ones. The essential meaning of the crisis is that in an age of skepticism, most countries will have to walk on their own legs more than their governments and elites had wanted or expected.

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