Social Movements In Bolivia: From Strength To Power
Ann Chaplin, 2010
This article charts the development of social organization in Bolivia and considers some key factors that brought indigenous and poor people and their organizations from marginalization into the corridors of power. The author identifies indigenous collective practices, participation in the miners' union and participation in local politics as critical in the transformation of Bolivian social movements. These factors...
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