[...] from the vantage point of my country, my region and the developing world as a whole, this must begin with a thorough reevaluation of U.S. priorities in its dealings with the outside world. Some of our countries have received the benefits of free trade, but we watch as a multibillion-dollar wall is mounted against illegal immigrants, while the poverty that causes that immigration has gone unchecked.
profitable in Alaska. By capitalization of $960 million in the 1970s—funds coming from a gov- ernment settlement of land claims to clear the way for oil development—Alaska’s indigenous enterprises have earned close
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