The mid-twentieth century saw unprecedented urbanization in Latin America. Millions of migrants were left to fend on their own in cheap rental housing in city centers, or forced to find alternatives in peripheral areas. Irregular land markets and occupations surged, giving birth to “favelas” in Rio de Janeiro, “pueblos jóvenes” in Lima, the “villas” of […]
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