Table of contents for Hugo Chávez and the Bolivarian Revolution / Richard Gott.

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Map of Venezuela 00
Introduction 1
PART ONE: PORTRAIT OF A PRESIDENT
1 A baseball game in Havana, November 1999 11
2 The disintegration of the ancien r?gime 19
3 Provincial origins in Barinas 25
4 From Barinas to Caracas: the irresistible flight from the 28
countryside
PART TWO: PREPARING FOR A BOLIVARIAN REBELLION
5 The development of a military conspiracy 35
6 Banished to Elorza: experiments in civil-military cooperation 41
7 February 1989 (1): rebellion in Caracas, the Caracazo 43
8 February 1989 (2): the neo-liberal ?package? that destroyed 49
the P?rez government
9 The debate between military and civilian revolutionaries 57
10 The ?military intervention? of Ch?vez, February 1992 63
11 The failed coup d??tat of Admiral Gr?ber, November 1992 71
12 The Patriotic Front of civilian revolutionaries 76
13 Latin America?s experience of radical military rebellion 81
CONTENTS
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PART THREE: RECOVERING THE REVOLUTIONARY
TRADITIONS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
14 The legacy of Sim?n Bol?var, the Liberator 91
15 Robinson Crusoe and the philosophy of Sim?n Rodr?guez 102
16 Ezequiel Zamora invokes ?horror a la oligarqu?a? 110
PART FOUR: ORGANISING THE OVERTHROW OF THE
ANCIEN R?GIME BY PEACEFUL MEANS, 1992?1998
17 Yare prison and the search for political allies 119
18 Politics in Guayana and the rise of La Causa R 125
19 Ch?vez?s election victory, December 1998 134
PART FIVE: CH?VEZ IN POWER: THE EARLY YEARS
20 The Constitutional Assembly and the new constitution 143
21 When the heavens opened 150
22 Planning for an ?endogenous? agricultural future 157
23 The new politics of oil 166
24 Divisions over the economic programme 173
25 Reforming the judiciary 180
26 Developing a ?Bolivarian? foreign policy 183
27 Colombia: the violent neighbour 192
28 New rights for indigenous peoples 199
28 The changing character of the opposition 206
30 The old trade unions oppose the revolution, October 2001 210
PART SIX: THE THREE OPPOSITION ATTEMPTS TO
OVERTHROW THE BOLIVARIAN REVOLUTION
31 The revolutionary decrees of November 2001, the 217
resignation of Lu?s Miquilena, and the mobilisation of
the opposition
32 The first opposition threat: the coup and counter-coup of 223
April 2002
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33 The atmosphere after the April coup 238
34 ?The four horsemen of the Apocalypse?: the media war 245
35 The second opposition threat: the ?economic coup? of 249
December 2002
36 Providing food and education to the people: the 256
development of the ?missions?, 2003?2004
37 The third opposition threat: the recall referendum of 260
August 2004
EPILOGUE: THE MILITARY AND CIVIL SOCIETY 269
Appendix A Ch?vez and Castro in Havana 277
Appendix B The rights of indigenous peoples 286
Appendix C Sauce of wonder 289
Bibliography 293
Index 299

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Chávez Frías, Hugo.
Venezuela -- Politics and government -- 1974-1999.
Venezuela -- Politics and government -- 1999-.