SERIES ON LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
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Series on Latin American Studies 10

Proclaiming Revolution

Bolivia in Comparative Perspective

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PAPERBACK

$24.95 • £19.95 • €22.50

ISBN 9780674011410

Publication Date: 10/15/2003

Short

448 pages

6 x 9 inches

17 line illustrations, 23 tables

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Proclaiming Revolution is an important contribution—the first book of its kind to approach the implications and consequences of the 1952 revolution in comparison with other Latin American revolutions of similar magnitude… [It] permits us to see the possibility of creating a society that is more humane, reconstructing diverse sociocultural identities in order to reinvent the Bolivian nation ‘sin mayziscúlas’—the plurimulti ‘nation’ and not ‘Nation.’—Franco Gamboa Rocabado, Hispanic American Historical Review

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