Socialism & left-of-centre democratic ideologies
The Left in the City
Daniel Chavez, Benjamin Goldfrank
The Left in the City explores examples of the left in local and state government from across the continent, from Mexico to Uruguay, and examines its successes and failures in government.
Sue Branford, Bernardo Kucinski, Hilary Wainwright
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (Lula) became Latin America's first democratically elected socialist leaders since Salvador Allende on October 27, 2002. He achieved nearly 62 per cent of the vote, to become the first left-wing politician to win his country's presidency. But behind this victory for Lula an...
The Latin American Left
Recent developments in Europe have elicited assertions that the historical movement of the Left is at a standstil. The evidence from Latin America, however, suggests that the Left is far from being marginalized. In eight country studies, contributors examine the lessons drawn from the failure of gue...