Venezuelan politics in the Chávez era : class, polarization, and conflict / edited by Steve Ellner and Daniel Hellinger.
- Pbk. ed.
- Boulder : L. Rienner 2003
- 9781588262974 (pbk.)
- 1588262979 (pbk.)
- Introduction: the search for explanations / Steve Ellner -- Political overview : the breakdown of Puntofijismo and the rise of Chavismo / Daniel Hellinger -- Social polarization and the populist resurgence in Venezuela / Kenneth Roberts -- Hugo Chávez Frías : his movement and his presidency / Margarita Lóez Maya -- Democracy in uniform : Chávez and the Venezuelan armed forces / Deborah L. Norden -- Economic policy and the rise of Hugo Chávez / Julia Buxton -- Subversive oil / Bernard Mommer -- State reform before and after Chávez's election / Angel E. Alvarez -- Organized labor and the challenge of Chavismo / Steve Ellner -- Civil society : institutionalization, fragmentation, autonomy / María Pilar García-Guadilla -- The Hugo Chávez phenomenon : what do "the people" think? / Patricia Márquez -- Conclusion: the democratic and authoritarian directions of the Chavista movement / Steve Ellner and Daniel Hellinger.
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|Newcastle University Libraries: Philip Robinson Library: Robinson Books Level 3||320.987 VEN|