Edited by Carmen Diana Deere and Frederick S. Royce
Pub Date: 5/29/2018
The contributors to Rural Social Movements in Latin America include academic researchers as well as social movement leaders who are seeking to effect change in their countries and communities. As a group they are at the forefront of some of the most critical environmental, social, and political issues of the day.
In this intimate and enlightening work, Ismael García-Colón uses ethnography, political and economic theory, and primary and secondary historical sources to paint a compelling and human portrait of the land redistribution program.
Since 1992--the end of the Cold War--Brazil has been slowly and quietly carving a niche for itself in the international community: that of a regional leader in Latin America. How and why is the subject of Sean Burges's investigations.
"Shows that the strategic logic of U.S.-Cuba security cooperation remains so persuasive that it has even been intermittently embraced by such avowed antagonists as Fidel Castro and George W. Bush."--Daniel P. Erikson, Inter-American Dialogue