Venezuela’s opposition: desperately seeking to overthrow Chavez

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Dominguez, F. 2011. Venezuela’s opposition: desperately seeking to overthrow Chavez. in: Dominguez, F., Lievesley, G. and Ludlam, S. (ed.) Right-wing politics in the new Latin America: reaction and revolt London Zed Books. pp. 113-129
Chapter titleVenezuela’s opposition: desperately seeking to overthrow Chavez
AuthorsDominguez, F.
Abstract

Section dismantles the myth that Venezuela's opposition to the Chavez's government is democratic. On the basis of solid data and evidence, it conclusively demonstrates that ever since Hugo Chavez won the presidential elections in Venezuela in 1998, the right wing opposition has done almost nothing else but seek to overthrow it. There is also evidence of substantial US support in this endeavour. In short, not beleaguered democrats but golpistas.

Page range113-129
Book titleRight-wing politics in the new Latin America: reaction and revolt
EditorsDominguez, F., Lievesley, G. and Ludlam, S.
PublisherZed Books
Place of publicationLondon
ISBN
Hardcover9781848138124
Paperback9781848138117
Electronic9781848138148
Electronic9781848138131
Electronic9781780323626
Publication dates
PrintNov 2011
Publication process dates
Deposited12 Mar 2013
Output statusPublished
Web address (URL)https://www.zedbooks.net/shop/book/right-wing-politics-in-the-new-latin-america/
LanguageEnglish
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