What to do to stick it to the powers that be? Send your message through something they really care about: cake.
In Buenos Aires, local tour guides Madi Lang and Juan Palacios introduce me to priest's balls and little cannons, the pastries laced with the sweet taste of 1880s trade union protests.
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