An excellent long term view of the crisis, very well done:
Solutions: DACA and migration to Chicago has helped Marina De Bartolo and her family immigration from Venezuela. Why do she need DACA? Why do Marina’s parents need her TPS? Who benefits and who loses from DACA in this case? Might Marina return if conditions improve in Venezuela? Even if she does not, how might her success affect other women in Venezuela? Discuss the Jesuit connection to DACA and this Atlantic Magazine story/video.
John Welch and I worked in Venezuela at Lehman Brothers, we had a good plan, McLeod and Welch, 1996 Lehman Venezuela outlook it was blocked by the election of Hugo Chavez who tried to redistribute by controlling prices, this never works, much better to hand out cash, and let markets (profits) deliver the goods… once oil revenues fell Venezuelans paid a heavy price for Maduro’s ignorance of basic economics .