Latin America The current financial turbulence in South America is seen by many as a crisis of confidence in the U.S.-style free market capitalism. It has resulted in a political backlash against that style of capitalism and calls for re-assessment of whether it's wise. NPR's Martin Kaste has more from on the situation from Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires.
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The current financial turbulence in South America is seen by many as a crisis of confidence in the U.S.-style free market capitalism. It has resulted in a political backlash against that style of capitalism and calls for re-assessment of whether it's wise. NPR's Martin Kaste has more from on the situation from Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires.