Bolivian national revolution

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Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn .

Written in English

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  • Bolivia

Subjects:

  • Bolivia -- History -- Revolution, 1952,
  • Bolivia -- Politics and government -- 1938-

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Statement[by] Robert J. Alexander.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF3326 .A6 1974
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 302 p.
Number of Pages302
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5426299M
ISBN 100837157307
LC Control Number73020876

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On 9 Aprilthe MNR led a successful revolt and set into motion the Bolivian National Revolution. Under President Víctor Paz Estenssoro and later, Hernan Siles, the MNR introduced universal adult.

Bolivian Revolution () Bolivia's defeat defeat by Paraguay in the Chaco War () marked a turning point for both Bolivia and the Bolivian people.

On 17 April, the Bolivian Workers’ Union (COB) was formed on the initiative of POR militant Miguel Alandia. Born amid the revolutionary fervour, the COB acquired since the very beginning features akin to a Soviet, and it had elements of real power.

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Alexander was at one point an advisor to President Kennedy (cf Joseph Hansen, Trotskyism in Latin America’, InterContinental Press, Volume 5, no 32, 5 September ), and has also written a book. The case of the Bolivian National Revolution, therefore, is unique in that Bolivia nationalized its tin mines, affecting US investors, but the US continued working with the country.

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In an effort to. Nowhere was this system more pernicious than in Bolivia. The “old regime” based on the extractive colonial institutions lasted until when a revolution, masterminded by a political party.

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