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Political mobilization of the Venezuelan peasant.

by John Duncan Powell

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Venezuela,
  • Venezuela.
    • Subjects:
    • Political participation -- Venezuela.,
    • Land reform -- Venezuela.,
    • Venezuela -- Politics and government -- 1958-1974.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD576 .P64
      The Physical Object
      Pagination259 p.
      Number of Pages259
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5702579M
      ISBN 100674686268
      LC Control Number70134947

      Latin American Peasant Movements, Estudios de la Realidad Campesina: Cooperación y Cambio: Informes y Materiales de Campo recognidos en Venezuela, Ecuador y Colombia. Vol. II and Political Mobilization of the Venezuelan Peasant. Steve Ellner considers the government’s call for a constitutional assembly a positive step for breaking the political deadlock, but it still won’t solve the country’s most pressing problems.

      political party – The Venezuelan United Socialist Party (PSUV) at a national convention in Maracaibo. In response to the defeat of the referendum, President Chavez called on his supporters to engage in a ‘Three R’s Campaign’: Review, Rectify and Re-launch. This initiative has led to the election of new party leaders, a decline in old guard.   “Political Overview: The Breakdown of Puntofijismo and the Rise of Chavismo.” Pp. in Venezuelan Politics in the Chávez Era: Class, Polarization and Conflict, edited by Steve Ellner and Daniel Hellinger. Boulder: Lynne : Simeon J. Newman, Laura J. Enríquez.

      The second one is the rising tide of extremism and violence in intercommunal relations, mostly religious but also ethnic and caste, mainly along the fault lines of political mobilization, gender Author: Iselin Åsedotter Strønen. Rigoberta Menchu Tum is a Guatemalan activist for native rights and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. She rose to fame in when she was the subject of a ghost-written autobiography, "I, Rigoberta Menchu." At the time, she was an activist living in France because Guatemala was very dangerous for outspoken critics of the government.


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In Venezuela, to marked the decline of traditional dictatorships and the emergence of stable democratic government. This pioneering study traces the formation of a successful alliance between the peasants and a small urban elite, provides an empirical structural-functional analysis of the alliance, and develops a provocative new view of peasant mobilization.

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From the book cover: In the first part of this pioneering study, John Duncan Powell traces the formation of a successful alliance between the peasant masses, who sought land reform, and a small urban elite, which desperately needed a political power base.

Part II is devoted to an empirical structural-functional analysis of the alliance. Powell's work is divided into two major parts: the political history of the peasant mobilization, and an analysis of the mobilization system itself.

In the first, dealing with the periodhe provides a careful historical review of rural conditions and of the growing political awareness of the peasantry. The broad outlines of Venezuelan. John Duncan Powell. Political Mobilization of the Venezuelan Peasant.

Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, Pp. $ Philippe C. Schmitter University of Chicago Having been advised some time ago by one of the leading Latin Ameri-canists that "interest or pressure groups are few in Latin America," casual. The Unraveling of Representative Democracy in Venezuela.

JHU Press. Dale A. Olsen. Music of the Warao of Venezuela: Song People of the Rain Forest. University Press of Florida. John Duncan Powell. Political Mobilization of the Venezuelan Peasant. Harvard University Press.

Donna Keyse Rudolph; G. Rudolph. Gonzalo Barrios Bustillos (10 January – 30 May ), was a Venezuelan politician. Founding member of party Acción Democrática (AD), and Minister of Foreign Affairs in the first AD government (–).

Later Minister of Interior and Justice under Raúl Leoni (–). He was AD's presidential candidate in the Venezuelan presidential election, and later President of the Nationality: Venezuelan. Luis Beltrán Prieto Figueroa (14 March – 22 April ), was a Venezuelan politician. A founder of Democratic Action and Minister of Education in its first government (–), he was a leader of Democratic Action after the restoration of democracy in He split from Democratic Action in when it tried to prevent his victory in district-level primary elections for the Born: 14 MarchLa Asunción, Nueva Esparta.

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Political scientists have analyzed various aspects of this system, among them Frank Bonilla (political change), John Martz (Acción Democrática-AD), Robert Alexander (Communist party), John Powell (peasant mobilization), Taiton Ray (barrio politics), Leo Lott (modernizing politics), and David Myers (democratic campaigning).Cited by: Thus, the ‘spokespeople’, who play a political activist role (in addition to performing administrative tasks), are an institutionalized rather than autonomous feature of the Sucre Mission.

The outstanding features of Venezuela’s social-based democracy differ from the welfare programs and political practices of former Venezuelan : Steve Ellner. Venezuela's Bolivarian Democracy brings together a variety of perspectives on participation and democracy in Venezuela.

An interdisciplinary group of contributors focuses on the everyday lives of Venezuelans, examining the forms of participation that have emerged in Pages:. The book contains within it a laudable critique of Eurocentrism and a masterful combination of oral history, ethnography, and theoretical sophistication.

Powell John Duncan Political Mobilization of the Venezuelan Peasant Cambridge, Wolf Eric R. Peasant Wars of the Twentieth Century [] Norman, Cited by: 3.Conflict and Political Change in Venezuela by Daniel H. Levine. Political Mobilization of the Venezuelan Peasant by John Duncan Powell He won the National Book Award for Nonfiction for James Joycein ; a revised edition was awarded the James Tate Black Memorial Prize in Recent News.

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