In the Shadow of the Liberator: Hugo Chávez and the Transformation of Venezuela

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Verso, 2000 - 246 من الصفحات
In a first-hand report from Venezuela, veteran correspondent Richard Gott places the county's controversial president in historical perspective. Examining Chavez's plans and programmes and the support these attract, Gott argues that this unique experiment may prove a new way forward for Latin America.
 

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a game of baseball in Havana
25
the rebellion in Caracas
44
Torrijos Velasco and the tradition of military rebellion
86
The legacy of Simon Bolivar
97
Robinson Crusoe and the philosophy of Simon
109
Ezequiel Zamora invokes horror a la oligarquia
118
Yare prison 19921994 and the search for political
127
La Causa R Patria Para Todos and politics in Guayana
133
Ali Rodriguez Araque and the new politics of oil
171
A new agricultural future for Venezuela
179
Jose Vicente Rangel and the conduct of foreign affairs
190
the future of the Bolivarian
200
New rights for indigenous peoples
209
Teodoro Petkoff and the opposition to Chavez
216
The military and civil society
223
The rights of indigenous peoples
230

The presidential election of 1998
143
The formation of a Constituent Assembly
153
Manuel Quijada and the reform of the judiciary
160

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Richard Gott is a former Latin America correspondent and features editor for the Guardian. A specialist in Latin American affairs, his books include Cuba: A New History, Guerrilla Movements in Latin America, The Appeasers (with Martin Gilbert), Land Without Evil, Hugo Chávez and the Bolivarian Revolution, and Britain's Empire. He is currently an honorary research fellow at the institute for the study of the Americas at the University of London.

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