This was not the first presidential campaign in which Lόpez Obrador had been in the lead. It was just the first one in which he held it.
How the real revolution of Columbia 1968 was not across generations but within a generation.
Half a century after passage of the Fair Housing Act of 1968, residential racial segregation and spatial isolation endure. Change has been slow, and it has been uneven.
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