Since the end of the US Civil War, concerted efforts have been made to constrain enfranchisement in the name of “free and fair” elections. In the midst of a pandemic, these measures now go far beyond subtle discrimination in endangering public health.
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In Argentina, both sides of the political spectrum have struggled with economic stagnation and an increasing debt burden. After a brief stint of economic liberalism, citizens have decided Peronist Alberto Fernandez is the most suitable candidate to rescue the country from its economic woes.