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An Argument for Venezuelan Exceptionalism:

This is a response to Miguel Schor’s timely and well thought out follow up to my post on the Venezuelan Enabling Act of 2010. Dr. Schor raises some excellent points regarding the way in which local events can be viewed contextually as part of a greater paradigm shift in Latin American politics. For my part,

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Published on January 4, 2011
Author:          Filed under: Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez, Miguel Schor, venezuela