Learning from the makers of history: Bolshevism, Bolivarianism, and the Legacy of Hugo Chavez
AbstractThis is a pre-publication version of an article published by the journal ‘America Latina XXI’. It was originally produced as a tribute to Hugo Chavez and a critical reflection on his reception outside Venezuela, on the occasion of his death.
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Date of creation: 06 May 2013
Date of revision: 15 Dec 2013
Chavez; Venezuela; Bolivarianism; Bolshevism;
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