Evo Morales, the ‘Two Bolivias’ and the Third Bolivian Revolution

  title={Evo Morales, the ‘Two Bolivias’ and the Third Bolivian Revolution},
  author={James Dunkerley},
  journal={Journal of Latin American Studies},
  pages={133 - 166}
This essay, written in September 2006, considers the first months of the MAS government headed by Evo Morales in the light of the virtually constant political crisis in Bolivia since 2000. The first part asks why the turbulent course of public life in Bolivia has proved so difficult to explain. It seeks to show that the recent period has been depicted in rather narrow interpretations that stress institutional failings, poverty and oppression, or civic heroism, but do not try to find the… Expand
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