Hugo Chavez: The Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela

Hugo Chavez: The Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela

The only up-to-date book on the democratically elected president of Venezuela, and the US-assisted attempt...and failure...to depose him. The only first-hand report on contemporary Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, by veteran correspondent Richard Gott, places the country's controversial and charismatic president in historical perspective, and examines his plans and programs. This The only up-to-date book on the democratically elected president of Venezuela, and the US-assisted attempt...and failure...

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Title:Hugo Chavez: The Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela
Author:Richard Gott
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Genres:Politics
ISBN:Hugo Chavez: The Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:315 pages pages

Hugo Chavez: The Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela Reviews

  • Wayne
    Mar 20, 2007

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

  • Kelly
    Jul 27, 2007

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

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  • Juan
    Jul 28, 2008

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

  • Geo
    Jul 14, 2008

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

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  • megan kelly
    May 31, 2008

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

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  • Zachery
    Feb 27, 2012

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

  • Mandy
    Aug 26, 2008

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

  • Abe
    Jan 25, 2009

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

  • Chris Trevett
    Dec 24, 2008

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Mikhail Tillman
    Aug 17, 2014

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

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  • Stuart
    Mar 23, 2010

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

    ...

    ...

  • Sidsel Høgh
    Mar 30, 2013

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Allison
    Jan 14, 2012

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

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    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

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  • Brian
    Nov 02, 2011

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

  • Alfonso Sintjago
    Aug 18, 2012

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

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  • Andreas Wolters
    May 25, 2016

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

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    ...

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  • Derek Ide
    Oct 05, 2015

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

  • Chris Jackson
    Dec 11, 2012

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

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  • Michael Ivory
    Mar 05, 2013

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

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  • Teun
    Aug 15, 2013

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

  • Mehdi
    Mar 15, 2015

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

  • Simon Wood
    Sep 02, 2013

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

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    ...

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  • Wes Stuke
    Mar 15, 2016

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

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  • Ryan
    Jan 19, 2018

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

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    ...

    ...

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  • Daniele Bassi
    Sep 17, 2015

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

  • Ferhat Culfaz
    Oct 30, 2015

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

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    ...

    ...

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  • Itsyaboikennyyeah
    Mar 29, 2017

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

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    ...

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  • Goodwin Lucknow
    Aug 13, 2017

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

  • Samuel Franklin
    Apr 07, 2017

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

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    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

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  • Riona
    Oct 21, 2017

    Educative good, but a very dry read. ...

    The only thing I disliked about the book was that it seemed like it was written as an essay for a standardized test like the GRE or MCAT - lots of 50-cent words and overly descriptive adjectives. ...

    Interesting look into how the man came to power ...

    This is the book that every Freedom House/Leopoldo Lopez loving liberal in the United States needs to read. If you regularly find yourself regurgitating state department propaganda about Chavez, this is your corrective, the antidote to your poison (and God bless the revoking of RCTV, a...

    An amazing book details the post and preview of the Bolivarian revolution. I read another book about Hugo Chavez last week and it was incredibly biased.It makes me sad to know that the great Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez is not longer alive but his legacy will never die and he will liv...

    Richard Gott's book on Hugo Chávez is a sympathetic (but not uncritical) left take on Chávez and the ongoing revolutionary process in Venezuela, which rejects the premise that its subject is a completely new phenomenon. Instead, it works to place Chávez in context, both historically...

    Gott gives an unbiased insight of Chaves which is essential to understand the current situation of Venezuela. Being a foreign correspondent in the region for several years, she clearly explain how Chaves reached the power and where he got all wrong. There have been many cases of demo...

    This book provides one of the few looks that we have of Hugo Chavez. His dictatorship in Venezuela is one of the more unique in the world especially when analyzing his power base. A word of caution when reading this book however is that Gott is fiercely anti-American so a lot of the bo...

    It's been a while since I've read this book, but it is a good narrative to the Hugo Chávez Frías' "Revolución Bolivariana". It discusses the various "misiones" that intend to move Venezuela's government to socialism. ...

    Chavez is a teddy bear. ...

    My attempt to understand the man behind the madness ...

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