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The second largest economy in Latin America, Mexico is undergoing rapid social, political, and economic change. A new generation of leaders is working to reclaim Mexico’s status as a dynamic and thriving global player. Yet the legacies of drug related violence, corruption, and a troubled educational system remain stubborn obstacles to success. Join the 2013 Hart Fellow Salomón Chertorivski Woldenberg, one of Mexico’s most promising new leaders, in a discussion of Mexico’s growth and commitment to social development as it competes in the global economy.