The Power of Speech El Poder de la Palabra

The Power of Speech  El Poder de la Palabra
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Hardy sells knickknacks on buses in Santiago. In 2005 a government plan worries him: Chile will soon be a “world class” country, so jobs like his no longer be tolerated. Hardy gathers two thousand colleagues and together they struggle to survive modernity.


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