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Chavez. La sociedad civil y el estamento militar (edition 2002)

by Mary Ferrero (Editor), Aníbal Romero (Contributor), Jacobo Yépez Daza (Contributor), Manuel Caballero (Contributor), Rafael Arráiz Lucca (Contributor)4 more, Fernando Ochoa Antich (Contributor), Herbert Koeneke (Contributor), Rafael Huizi Clavier (Contributor), Tulio Hernández (Contributor)

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Collection of eight essays by political analysts and high-ranking retired military officers. Focuses on changes in military policy and the enhanced role of the military during Cha vez's administration. The article by retired Gen. Jacobo Ye pez-Daza provides useful information on organizational changes the armed forces have undergone, and comments on some of the political impacts and implications of Plan Bolivar 2000. The essay by retired Gen. Fernando Ochoa Antich discusses some of the broad contrasts between Peronism and Chavism, with observations on cooptation of army officers initially against Cha vez.… (more)
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Title:Chavez. La sociedad civil y el estamento militar
Authors:Mary Ferrero (Editor)
Other authors:Aníbal Romero (Contributor), Jacobo Yépez Daza (Contributor), Manuel Caballero (Contributor), Rafael Arráiz Lucca (Contributor), Fernando Ochoa Antich (Contributor)3 more, Herbert Koeneke (Contributor), Rafael Huizi Clavier (Contributor), Tulio Hernández (Contributor)
Info:Alfadil Ediciones (2002)
Collections:Your library, Books
Rating:*****
Tags:Books, History of Venezuela, Chavism & Totalitarian Thought, Nonfiction, Hugo Chávez, Venezuelan Writer, Venezuela

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A collection of essays by journalists, writers, and military experts examining the dichotomy of civilian rule vs military rule in the context of the Bolivarian Revolution. The essays are very insightful and provide a critical view of the role that the Venezuelan military has played in the history of the country since its inception in the 19th century. ( )
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