Argentines Tire of Pickets over Jobs

In Argentina, public sympathy toward unemployed protestors begins to wear thin as the country's economy has stabilized, the. Unemployed protesters have picketed regularly in Buenos Aires since the late 1990s, shutting down streets and highways to gain government attention. NPR's Martin Kaste reports.

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