Argentina's Election Will End the Politics of FantasyBy
Voters go to the polls on Sunday to choose a new president
First time in 12 years without a Kirchner in the Pink House
Argentina, whose politics can be indistinguishable from fantasy, has been on a particular streak of make-believe lately. Electricity costs most households about $2 a month, the highest-denominated bill is worth less than $10 and its president holds a nationwide broadcast to announce a bond payment that would be a mundane, unnoticed event anywhere else.
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