Table of contents for Dispatches from Latin America : on the frontlines against neoliberalism / edited by Vijay Prashad and Teo Ballvãae.

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Preface
They Rise From the Earth: The Promise of Latin America
By Vijay Prashad
Introduction
By NACLA
OPENINGS
Strategic Challenges for Latin America's Anti-Neoliberal Insurgency 
By Gerardo R¿nique
Latin American Feminism: Gains, Losses and Hard Times
By Maruja Barrig
The Making of a Transnational Movement
By Guillermo Delgado-P.
Timely Demise for Free Trade Area of the Americas
By Laura Carlsen
A NEW LEFT RISING?
The Kirchner Factor
By Andr¿s Gaudin
Chavistas in the Halls of Power, Chavistas in the Streets
By Jonah Gindin
Venezuela: Defying Globalization's Logic
By Steve Ellner
Is Venezuela the New Cuba?
By Teo Ballv¿
Paraguay's Enigmatic President
By Peter Lambert
Brazil Takes Lula's Measure
By Emir Sader
The Uruguayan Left and the Construction of Hegemony
By Raúl Zibechi
Evo Morales Turns the Tide of History 
By Luis A. Gómez
INDIGENOUS MOVEMENTS
¡Bolivia de pie!
By Teo Ballv¿
The Roots of Rebellion: I. Insurgent Bolivia
By Forrest Hylton and Sinclair Thomson
The Roots of Rebellion: II. Reclaiming the Nation
By Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui
A Seat at the Table 
By Chris Jochnick and Paulina Garzón
A Sense of Possibility: Ecuador's Indigenous Movement Takes Center Stage
By Jennifer N. Collins	
Autonomy and Resistance in Chiapas
By Richard Stahler-Sholk
Zapatismo and the Emergence of Indigenous Feminism
By R. Aída Hern ndez Castillo
Incas, Indios and Indigenism in Peru
By Shane Greene
Beset by Violence, Colombia's Indigenous Resist
By Mario A. Murillo
Rethinking Indigenous Politics in the Era of the "Indio Permitido"
By Charles R. Hale
GRASSING THE ROOTS
Brazil's Landless Hold Their Ground
By Harry E. Vanden
Portrait of an MST Settler: Romilda da Silva Vargas
Homeless Movement Builds Momentum
By Nicholas Watson
Making a People's Budget in Porto Alegre
By Hilary Wainwright
Multinational Gold Rush in Guatemala
By Benjamin Witte
STORIES FROM THE BORDERLAND
By David Bacon
Worker-Run Factories: From Survival to Economic Solidarity
By Raúl Zibechi
Another World is Possible: The Ceramics of Zanon
By Raúl Zibechi

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social movements -- Latin America.
Anti-globalization movement -- Latin America.
Latin America -- Politics and government.