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 OverviewWith over 40 million people, resource-rich Argentina has a well-educated population and one of the largest economies in South America. However, the country has experienced a series of boom and bust cycles, the worst of which was the economic crisis in 2001 which left half the population in poverty. The economy has recovered with IMF interventions but poverty still remains a concern. Photo: Buenos Aires, Argentina. JuntaArgentina’s military was continuously involved in the government indirectly or directly in the period after World War II. In 1976 a military junta took over the government. From 1976 to 1983 tens of thousands…

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