As tens of millions of Americans mourn the missed opportunity to elect the first woman into the White House this week, some have wondered how Latin America – a region where women endure notoriously high rates of discrimination, harassment and chauvinism – has elected more female presidents in the last decade than any other region of the world.
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Why does Latin America have so many women leaders?