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The Bolivarian Revolution, Paperback / softback Book

The Bolivarian Revolution Paperback / softback

Edited by Matthew Brown

Part of the Revolutions series

Paperback / softback


Popular and divisive President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela introduces this collection of the writings by the historic namesake of his own 'Bolivarian Revolution'.

The Venezuelan revolutionary Simon Bolivar, also known as El Libertador, sought to lead Latin America to independence from the Spanish in the early nineteenth century.

Ever since he has been held as a model for subsequent Latin American radicals; Hugo Chavez, President of Venezuela, has dubbed his own programs of social reform 'the Bolivarian Revolution'.

In his introduction to this collection of Bolivar's writings, Chavez explains why Bolivar continues to inspire.




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