8 edition of Chávez, Venezuela and the new Latin America found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Interview with Hugo Chávez|
|Statement||by Aleida Guevara.|
|LC Classifications||F2329.22.C54 A5 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||143 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||2005925581|
Hugo Chávez, in full Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías, (born J , Sabaneta, Barinas, Venezuela—died March 5, , Caracas), Venezuelan politician who was president of Venezuela (–). Chávez styled himself as the leader of the “ Bolivarian Revolution,” a socialist political program for much of Latin America. More books set in Venezuela: Comandante: Myth and Reality in Hugo Chavez's Venezuela by Rory Carroll The Continuum Concept: In Search Of Happiness Lost by Jean Liedloff Crude Words: Contemporary Writing from Venezuela by Montague Kobbé Forced Disappearance by Dana Marton (1st book in series).
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A professionally produced and presented DVD including part of Aleida Guevara's interview with Hugo Chávez (published as "Chávez: Venezuela and the New Latin America"). It also features interviews with Cuban doctors working in some of Caracas's marginal communities and interviews with ordinary Venezuelans on the broad-ranging social programs. In Radical Cities, Justin McGuirk travels across Latin America in search of the activist architects, maverick politicians and alternative communities already answering these questions. From Brazil to Venezuela, and from Mexico to Argentina, McGuirk discovers the people and ideas shaping the way cities are evolving.
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Chávez, Venezuela and the New Latin America: An interview with Hugo Chávez Paperback – August 1, by Aleida Chávez (Author), Hugo Chávez (Author)/5(11). Chavez, a man of military background, discusses his rise to power in Venezuela, his roots and also the wider world of South Americ This book is based on a series of interviews given by Venezuelan leader, Hugo Chavez, to the daughter of Che Guevara, Aleida/5.
A professionally produced and presented DVD including part of Aleida Guevara’s interview with Hugo Chávez (published as “Chávez: Venezuela and the New Latin America”). It also features interviews with Cuban doctors working in some of Caracas’s marginal communities and interviews with ordinary Venezuelans on the broad-ranging social programs, offering an insight into a country rich in hope, 3/5(2).
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(6). Included as an appendix is an exclusive interview with Venezuela’s former minister of defense Jorge García Carneiro, who played a key role in defeating the coup against Chávez. “There is a different Venezuela where the wretched of the earth know that they can free themselves from their past.
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I made the following changes. The inside story of Hugo Chavez’s rule and complex legacy Few leaders in our time have been as divisive and enigmatic as the late Hugo Chavez. In Comandante, acclaimed journalist Rory Carroll tells the inside story of Chavez’s life, his time as Venezuela’s president, and his legacy.
Based on interviews with ministers, aides, courtiers, and citizens, this intimate piece of reportage chronicles a unique Cited by: 4. By (when Hugo Chavez was first elected) nearly half of the population of Latin America, more than million people, were living in poverty.
During these ‘lost decades’ of the s and s, Venezuela was one of the hardest hit by a wave of economic and social catastrophes. The. Chávez, Venezuela and the new Latin America: an interview with Hugo Chávez.
[Hugo Chávez Frías; Aleida Guevara March] -- "This book documents an encounter between Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, and Aleida Guevara, daughter of the legendary revolutionary Che Guevara and a prominent figure in the antiglobalization. "Chávez, Venezuela and the New Latin America" provides a unique insight into the changing political atmosphere in Latin America.
Chávez quotes Fidel Castro when asked what is on the horizon for Venezuela: "A new wave will arrive in Latin America, but in a different form." The Bolivarian Revolution is at the forefront of that new wave.
Chávez, Venezuela and the new Latin America: an interview with Hugo Chávez / by Aleida Guevara Guevara, Aleida. Chávez, Venezuela and the new Latin America: an interview with Hugo Chávez. [Hugo Chávez Frías; Aleida Guevara] -- "This book documents an encounter between Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, and Aleida Guevara, daughter of the legendary revolutionary Che Guevara and a prominent figure in the antiglobalization.
Income inequality is even more stubborn, with Latin America remaining the region of the world with the largest average income gap. The GINI index measures income inequality in countries on a scale of 0 to 1, with 1 being the most unequal. Latin America’s average is In the wake of the failed coup against him, Chávez did, however, give Che Guevara 's daughter Aleida a series of lengthy interviews.
Edited with. "Chavez: Venezuela & The New Latin America" is crucial reading for those who want to read the man's own words and learn about his life and vision. The interview on which the book is based was conducted by Aleida Guevara, daughter of legendary revolutionary Che Guevara, she dwelves deep into Chavez's background and current state not just as a political figure but as a father as well/5.
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President Obama got in several good lines during his trip to meet with Latin American leaders on Saturday, but the funniest came when reporters asked about the book that Hugo Chávez, the president of Venezuela, gave him: “The Open Veins of Latin America,” by Eduardo Galeano.
“I thought it was one of Chávez’s : Macy Halford.An extraordinary encounter between Aleida Guevara, daughter of Che and Hugo Chavez, the President of Venezuela. Guevara interviewed Chavez over several days, revealing in increasingly intimate detail the President's fiercely nationalist vision for Venezuela, his views on the significance of the Bolivian revolution and his commitment to a united Latin America.This authoritative book offers a comprehensive assessment of contemporary Venezuela.
Analyzing the multifaceted phenomenon of Hugo Chávez, leading scholars move beyond his flamboyant style to focus on the concerns of popular social and political movements.
The book challenges the misleading notions that for several decades glorified Venezuelan "exceptionalism" and minimized the role of /5(3).