This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse this site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. For more information, see our privacy statement

New Left Review I/223, May-June 1997


James Petras

Latin America: The Resurgence of the Left

The Left in Latin America is staging a major comeback. While most publicists, journalists, academics, government and World Bank officials either celebrate or bemoan the triumph of ‘neoliberalism’, opposition is growing which in time could challenge the dominance of the whole free-market power structure. As yet only loosely associated—in forums, seminars, and international gatherings—this new oppositional force has solid roots in a number of countries and is extending its support from specific regions and classes to the construction of a number of national counter-hegemonic blocs.

Subscribe for just £36 and get free access to the archive
Please login on the left to read more or buy the article for £3

Username:

James Petras, ‘Latin America: The Resurgence of the Left’, NLR I/223: £3
Password:
 



If you want to create a new NLR account please register here

’My institution subscribes to NLR, why can't I access this article?’

Download a PDF file


See the contents of NLR I/223


Buy a copy of NLR I/223


Subscriptions