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In the first paper, quantitative research was presented for two Latin American countries: Chile and Paraguay. The paper discussed various elements of each country's economic, social, and political development over a span of twenty years: 1989 through 2009. This paper, however, will expand on the previous paper's data and provide qualitative research for each of the countries being discussed. It will briefly summarize which country is doing better as a whole and which country is doing better in each of the subcategories of economic, social, and political development. Finally, this paper will shed light for the future by discussing what could occur, given that the trends continue within each country.

With extensive research, it was found that Chile has done much better over the past twenty years in all aspects that help explain a country's development: economic, social, and political. Chile has done particularly well economically and politically. One can assume that one of the most important reasons Chile had increased its Freedom House ratings, which measures political rights and civil liberties, is because of the transition from military rule to democracy. Appendix B1 shows the numbers in said transition. One can also assume the reason for the GDP boom in 2004 was of the free trade agreements signed by Lagos. More information will be given in the subsequent paragraphs.

[...] Chile and Paraguay: Qualitative Research In the first paper, quantitative research was presented for two Latin American countries: Chile and Paraguay. The paper discussed various elements of each country's economic, social, and political development over a span of twenty years: 1989 through 2009. This paper, however, will expand on the previous paper's data and provide qualitative research for each of the countries being discussed. It will briefly summarize which country is doing better as a whole and which country is doing better in each of the subcategories of economic, social, and political development. [...]


[...] In 2008, it was found that Paraguay's life expectancy rose to seventy-two. There are many preventable diseases in Latin America that cause numerous lives to be lost. ?This situation reflects the prevalence of widespread malnutrition and efficient sanitation, the limited impact of health education and the shortage of health facilities? (Lambert and Nickson 141). Paraguay's literacy rate was ninety-two percent in 1990 and decreased to ninety percent in 2007. Lambert and Nickson attribute the ?shortcomings of the education system, notably the high levels of functional illiteracy and exclusion from formal education? to this decline. [...]

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