That the Catholic Church in Latin America has undergone a political reorientation in recent years is widely known. But until now there have been almost no detailed studies of how and why this happened. The first conclusion that emerges from these two works is the inaccuracy of the impression, often conveyed by the popular press, that there has been a sudden and thoroughgoing reversal in the political perspective of the Church. This picture of the Church until recently allied with the oligarch...
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