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Capital, Power, And Inequality In Latin America

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By Sandor Halebsky, Richard L Harris, Elizabeth W Dore, John Kirk, Michael Kearney

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Over the last two decades, economic, political, and social life in Latin America has been transformed by the region's accelerated integration into the global economy. Although this transformation has tended to exacerbate various inequities, new forms of popular expression and action challenging the contemporary structures of capital and power have

Table of Contents

Introduction: Capital, Power, and Inequality in Latin America -- Rural Latin America: Exclusionary and Uneven Agricultural Development -- Urban Transformation and Survival Strategies -- Demilitarization and Democratic Transition in Latin America -- The Contemporary Latin American Economies: Neoliberal Reconstruction -- Economic Restructuring, Neoliberal Reforms, and the Working Class in Latin America -- The Riddle of New Social Movements: Who They Are and What They Do -- Latin American Women and the Search for Social, Political, and Economic Transformation -- Latin America's Indigenous Peoples: Changing Identities and Forms of Resistance -- Whither the Catholic Church in the 1990s? -- Latin America and the Social Ecology of Capitalism -- The Global Context of Contemporary Latin American Affairs

About the Authors

Sandor Halebsky is professor of sociology at Saint Mary's University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He co-edited Cuba in Transition: Crisis and Transformation (Westview Press 1992). Richard L. Harris is chair of the faculty at Golden Gate University in Monterey, California. He is one of the coordinating editors of the journal Latin American Perspectives and the author of Marxism, Socialism, and Democracy in Latin America (WestviewPress 1992). Michael Kearney is professor of anthropology at the University of California at Riverside.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POL000000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General