Thomas Ponniah

Thomas Ponniah is Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in the Committee on Degrees in Social Studies, and Faculty Associate in the Program on Justice, Welfare, and Economics, Harvard University.

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Cover: The Revolution in Venezuela: Social and Political Change under ChávezThe Revolution in Venezuela: Social and Political Change under ChávezPonniah, Thomas
Eastwood, Jonathan
PAPERBACK07/01/2011$24.95
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