Poor people like markets

17 Sep 2014 By Martin Hutchinson

President Dilma Rousseff was a red-diaper baby rebelling against a free-market junta. Her rival, the impoverished Marina Silva, rejected the environmental damage of an inept democracy. Their varied origins today may define their approaches to state intervention and markets.

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