By Roger Burbach, Michael Fox, Federico Fuentes
Over the last few years, whatever notable has happened in Latin the US. For the 1st time because the Sandinista Revolution in Nicaragua within the Eighties, humans in the area have became towards radical left governments – particularly in Venezuela, Bolivia and Ecuador. Why has this profound shift taken position and the way does this new, so-called "Twenty-First Century Socialism" really present itself? What are we to make of the usually fraught courting among the social pursuits and governments in those international locations and do, in truth, the latter even qualify as "socialist" in reality?
These are the daring and important questions that Latin America's Turbulent Transition explores, because the authors provocatively argue that even though U.S. hegemony within the quarter is at the wane, the socialist venture is additionally declining. Going past uncomplicated "two-left" conceptions, the publication unearths the real underpinnings of this robust, transformative and but additionally advanced and contradictory strategy.
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Latin America's Turbulent Transitions: The Future of Twenty-First Century Socialism by Roger Burbach, Michael Fox, Federico Fuentes