The Bolivarian Revolution has been a long and difficult struggle replete with challenges and transformations as Hugo Chávez explains in this edition of Chávez the Radical. He tells the story of his early presidency, when he was full of doubt and ambiguity, and how the national bourgeoisie and international power brokers moved to domesticate him. From the IMF and the WTO to predawn meetings with Fidel, Chávez explains how the Venezuelan Process evolved through praxis from a timid potentially reformist Bolivarian movement into the bold anti-imperialist and socialist philosophy that has come to define Chavismo.
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