Counterfeit Politics: Secret Plots and Conspiracy Narratives

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In the New York Times, novelist Martín Caparrós proposed that an Argentine pope would raise the power of conservative groups in that country to “uncharted heights.” Other commentators focused on the potential for Pope Francis to revitalize and reenergize the Latin-American faithful. Control of Latin America was the earliest goal of is, I suppose, the only country that was founded as a "nascent empire," in George Washington's words. If the Caribbean person or scholar tries to express the Caribbean exclusively through Western models, the identity or the text will ring empty and will be void of Caribbean significance.

Pages: 202

Publisher: Bucknell University Press (October 18, 2012)

ISBN: 1611484146

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