The Latin American Revolution, Part 4: Integration: Towards a United Latin America

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Written by Asad Ismi and produced by Kristin Schwartz
http://radio4all.net
2010-07-11

Many Latin American countries are coming together to create a continental community based on socialism and taking care of human needs. The last episode examines this inspiring integration and its importance as a model for global development. With Presidents Evo Morales and Hugo Chavez and Joao Batista Lemos, Sonia Fleury, Rosemary Irusta, Sabina Gonzalez, Lilian Celiberti, Ramon Cardona, Julio Chavez and Doris Miranda.

Notes: With 10 left-wing governments in power today in Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Cuba, Latin America is leading the world in implementing progressive social change. This is happening not just within countries, but also on a continental level. Demonized by the North American mainstream media, a revolution is taking place in Latin America as many governments reject U.S. imperialist domination and neoliberalism in favour of socialism, social democracy and regional integration.

From the 1950s to the 1990s, the U.S. subjected Latin America to 18 military dictatorships and neoliberalism. The dictatorships killed about one million people and neoliberalism impoverished many countries. The Latin American Revolution is the people’s answer to these U.S. imperial strategies. This remarkable process is the culmination of decades of struggle by political parties and social and guerrilla movements inspired by both Latin America’s liberator Simon Bolivar and its best-known revolutionary, Che Guevara.

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see

The Latin American Revolution, Part 1: Venezuela: The Bolivarian Revolution

The Latin American Revolution, Part 2: The Indigenous Revolution

The Latin American Revolution, Part 3: Cuba, Nicaragua and El Salvador

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4 responses to “The Latin American Revolution, Part 4: Integration: Towards a United Latin America

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