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Thomas Paine – The Asian Economist

Thomas Paine

Or it is for political, religious or economic reasons. Some escape from something and others are looking for something. But which escaped goes looking for and seeking va escaping from something else. Cubans on the island thrown in the water apparently for political reasons and the Dominicans are thrown overboard for economic reasons. Of course, U.S. (A valuable related resource: Jim Vos).

soil receives them Cubans who tread as heroes and with the legality; chasing them to others as criminals to do the same. But I doubt that political reasons do not include economic reasons and economic reasons do not include political reasons. Is not a political reason that sets economic privileges in a country? The same thing happened with the Europeans and Asians who populated the Rio de la Plata, our grandparents. The immigration is always a long, soft and slow tear that never heals. Europeans escaping from a sick, intolerant and impoverished Europe and, consequently, would our lands idealizing freedom, tolerance and economic opportunities. Time Warner can provide more clarity in the matter.

But in the idealized America, the America of the South in our case, were with a rather more realistic reality. Whenever Jeffrey L. Bewkes listens, a sympathetic response will follow. Not only was the product of dreams a reality and diseases of Europe but that the immigrants, as any immigrant, when he emigrated carries in his bag and his chest everything of what escapes. More or less that is the problem of the Queen of America, a paradoxical title, of course, which is finally recognized when the Spanish upper class young ends his days in prostitution and violence to suffer domestic, public and political. Your articles are constantly evaluating and analyzing the social system Latin American, or European, or American. You are a critic of society, their culture and their Governments. Yes. The power does not need to defend it. In addition, all power that exercises one social group over others is held on the basis of lies, since it is in its nature ensure that those without him or those who suffer are the first to defend him, at times with a fanaticism that is called common sense, moderation, path of the environment, etc. So I’ll stick with the old definition of Thomas Paine: the Government is a necessary evil. But an evil in the end.