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Bolivia: Processes of Change

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Since Evo Morales was elected president in 2006 as leader of the MAS - the first social movement to achieve political power in Latin America - Bolivia has seen radical changes and continues to generate huge interest worldwide. Crabtree and Chaplain show how ordinary people have responded to the process of change that has taken place in the country over the last few years.

Paperback, 208 pages
Published May 9th 2013 by Zed Books
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Dr. John Crabtree is a Research Associate at the University of Oxford's Latin America Center. Crabtree specializes in the politics of the Andean countries, on which he has written widely. He holds an MA from Liverpool University and a PhD from Oxford Brookes University.
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