Introduction and Overview, Jerry R. Ladman; Bolivia Prior to the 1952 Revolution, Herbert S. Klein; Bolivia’s 1952 Revolution: Initial Impact and U.S. Involvement, Cornelius H. Zondag; The Praetorianization of the Revolution: 1964-1967, James M. Malloy and Sylvia Borzutsky; The Labor Movement During and Since the 1952 Revolution, Robert J. Alexander; U.S. Foreign Policy and Economic Assistance in Bolivia, 1948-1976, James W. Wilkie; Bolivian Relations With Chile and Peru: Hopes and Realities, E. James Holland; The Economic Structure of Bolivia After 1964, Juan L. Cariaga; Structural Change and Development Policy in Bolivia, L. Enrique García-Rodríguez; The Bolivian External Sector After 1964, Juan Antonio Morales; Bolivia’s Agriculture Since 1960: Assessment and Prognosis, Morris D. Whitaker and E. Boyd Wennergren; The Public Sector in Bolivian Agricultural Development, José Isaac TorricO; The Move to the Oriente: Colonization and Environmental Impact, Ray Henkel; The Role of the State in the Rural-Urban Configuration, Salvador Romero Pittari; The Political Economy of the “Economic Miracle” of the Banzer Regime, Jerry R. Ladman; The Failure to Redemocratize, Jerry R. Ladman; Prospects of the Future, Jerry R. Ladman.
Book Review| May 01 1984
Modern-Day Bolivia: Legacy of the Revolution and Prospects for the Future
Modern-Day Bolivia: Legacy of the Revolution and Prospects for the Future. Edited by Ladman, Jerry R..
Center for Latin American Studies, Arizona State University,
1982. . Pp.
Hispanic American Historical Review (1984) 64 (2): 415–416.
Modern-Day Bolivia: Legacy of the Revolution and Prospects for the Future. Hispanic American Historical Review 1 May 1984; 64 (2): 415–416. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/00182168-64.2.415c
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