AS I SEE IT
Looking for that elusive consensus
Some consensuses are good. Others are not. What may be called the Argentine consensus, a mishmash of beliefs, prejudices and priorities that is shared by all Peronists, most Radicals, and many people attracted by smaller movements, is what has prevented the country from making good use of its abundant natural resources and its considerable, but dwindling, human capital.
by James Neilson