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No. Sistema   000119868
ISBN   Link9781138720220
Class. CDD   305.5098 23eng 2011
Autor   LinkPetras, James F., 1937-.
Título   LinkThe class struggle in Latin America : making history today / James Petras and Henry Veltmeyer.
Local   London : New York : 
Editora   Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 
Ano   2018.
Descrição   xii, 284 p. ; 23 cm.
Série   (Routledge critical development studies)
Nota Bibliográfica   Inclui notas explicativas, bibliográficas, bibliografia e índice.
Conteúdo   Class struggle back on the agenda -- Extractivism and resistance : a new era -- Accumulation by dispossession — and the resistance -- The progressive cycle in Latin American politics -- Argentina : the return of the right / with Mario Hernández -- Brazil : class struggle in the countryside / João Márcio Mendes Pereira and Paulo Alentejano -- Democracy without the workers : 25 years of the labour movement and mature neoliberalism in Chile / Sebastián Osorio and Franck Gaudichaud -- Mexico : dynamics of a class war -- Paraguay : class struggle on the extractive frontier / Arturo Ezquerro-Cañete -- Peru : the return of the class struggle from below / Jan Lust -- Venezuela : in the eye of the storm -- The return of the right.
Resumo   "The Class Struggle in Latin America: Making History Today analyses the political and economic dynamics of development in Latin America through the lens of class struggle. Focusing in particular on Peru, Paraguay, Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil and Venezuela, the book identifies how the shifts and changing dynamics of the class struggle have impacted on the rise, demise and resurgence of neo-liberal regimes in Latin America. This innovative book offers a unique perspective on the evolving dynamics of class struggle, engaging both the destructive forces of capitalist development and those seeking to consolidate the system and preserve the status quo, alongside the efforts of popular resistance concerned with the destructive ravages of capitalism on humankind, society and the global environment. Using theoretical observations based on empirical and historical case studies, this book argues that the class struggle remains intrinsically linked to the march of capitalist development. At a time when post-neo-liberal regimes in Latin America are faltering, this supplementary text provides a guide to the economic and political dynamics of capitalist development in the region, which will be invaluable to students and researchers of international development, anthropology and sociology, as well as those with an interest in Latin American politics and development." -- Editor.
Assunto   LinkAmérica Latina - Política e governo.
  LinkAmérica Latina - Condições socioeconômicas.
  LinkConflito de classes - América Latina.
  LinkClasse social - América Latina.
  LinkConflito social - América Latina.
  LinkIgualdade - América Latina.
  LinkDireita - América Latina.
  LinkNeoliberalismo - América Latina.
  LinkCapitalismo - América Latina.
Autor Secundário   LinkVeltmeyer, Henry.
Localiz.Eletrônica    Sumário. 
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