Venezuela: Hugo Chavez and the Decline of an 'Exceptional Democracy' (Latin American Perspectives in the Classroom)

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9780742554566: Venezuela: Hugo Chavez and the Decline of an 'Exceptional Democracy' (Latin American Perspectives in the Classroom)
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The authors of this edited volume provide a generally positive portrayal of Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez and the reforms he has introduced since he was first elected in 1998. Recommended. CHOICE The sociology and history in the book are ... illuminating. -- George Philip Journal of Latin American Studies Steve Ellner and Miguel Tinker Salas meet the need for a measured and accessible synthesis of the arguments around the decline of Venezuelan 'exceptional' democracy and the concomitant rise and presidency of Hugo Chavez... The contributions are all of high quality... Achieves its goal of introducing contemporary Venezuela to a student audience... The volume successfully stimulates discussion and covers relevant topics at an accessible level for today's universities, colleges, and schools, while it is also more widely valuable to the inquiring general public. Estudios Interdisciplinarios De America Latina Y El Caribe Steve Ellner and Miguel Tinker Salas meet the need for a measured and accessible synthesis of the arguments around the decline of Venezuelan 'exceptional' democracy and the concomitant rise and presidency of Hugo Chavez... The contributions are all of high quality... Achieves its goal of introducing contemporary Venezuela to a student audience... The volume successfully stimulates discussion and covers relevant topics at an accessible level for today's universities, colleges, and schools, while it is also more widely valuable to the inquiring general public. -- Michael Derham Hispanic American Historical Review With the rise and presidency of Hugo Chavez, Ellner finds himself uniquely positioned to commentate on and explain the drivers of contemporary change and political evolution in Venezuela, where he has lived for over 30 years. Unlike many of those currently writing on the country and its president, he brings an objective and informed perspective, one that transcends subjective accounts and the current polarization of assessments. More importantly, his writing and explanatory frameworks are accessible and engaging, making his latest book both an excellent introduction for those bewildered and new to the Chavez phenomenon and also an invaluable read for long-term observers of Venezuela and the South American region more broadly. Bulletin of Latin American Research An excellent overview of the collapse of Venezuelan democracy, the rise of Hugo Chavez, and what Venezuela looks like under Chavez. -- Judith Ewell, The College of William and Mary

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The authors of this edited volume provide a generally positive portrayal of Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez and the reforms he has introduced since he was first elected in 1998. Recommended. CHOICE The sociology and history in the book are ... illuminating. -- George Philip, 2007 Journal Of Latin American Studies This collection of articles...is probably the best English-language introduction to the profound changes taking place in Venezuela in the past 10 years. Estudios Interdisciplinarios De America Latina Y El Caribe Steve Ellner and Miguel Tinker Salas meet the need for a measured and accessible synthesis of the arguments around the decline of Venezuelan 'exceptional' deomcracy and the concomitant rise and presidency of Hugo Chavez... The contributions are all of high quality... Achieves its goal of introducing contemporary Venezuela to a student audience... The volume successfully stimulates discussion and covers relevant topics at an accessible level for today's universities, colleges, and schools, while it is also more widley valuable to the enquiring general public. -- Michael Derham Hahr, May 2009 With the rise and presidency of Hugo Chavez, Ellner finds himself uniquely positioned to commentate on and explain the drivers of contemporary change and political evolution in Venezuela, where he has lived for over 30 years. Unlike many of those currently writing on the country and its president, he brings an objective and informed perspective, one that transcends subjective accounts and the current polarization of assessments. More importantly, his writing and explanatory frameworks are accessible and engaging, making his latest book both an excellent introduction for those bewildered and new to the Chavez phenomenon and also an invaluable read for long-term observers of Venezuela and the South American region more broadly. Bulletin of Latin American Research, Winter, 2009 An excellent overview of the collapse of Venezuelan democracy, the rise of Hugo Chavez, and what Venezuela looks like under Chavez. -- Judith Ewell, The College of William and Mary

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