By Benjamin H. Kohl, Linda C. Farthing
This ebook explores the tensions among markets, democracy, neoliberalism, nation restructuring and citizenship. during this regard, the stability of citizen rights has been shifted clear of offering voters with social rights to privileging the valuables rights of non-public, as a rule transnational, corporations. Bolivian Stalemate throws gentle at the purposes and procedures in the back of the emerging competition in state after state in Latin the USA to the at the moment stylish, across the world prescribed financial improvement technique of neoliberalism.
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