THE STATE AND CAPITAL ACCUMULATION IN LATIN AMERICA. VOLUME 2: ARGENTINA, BOLIVIA, COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU, URUGUAY AND VENEZUELA. EDITED BY: CHRISTIAN ANGLADE AND CARLOS FORTIN.
Pittsburgh, PA, University of Pittsburgh Press, (Pitt Latin America series), 1990. xviii, 373p., tables, graphic, boards, dj (fine) Good Hardcover Includes the following essays on capital accumulation in South America: "Capital Accumulation and Revolutionary Nationalism in Bolivia, 1952-1985", "Cycles, Crisis and Classes: The State and Capital Accumulation, 1970-83" and "Accumulation, Adjustment and the Autonomy of the State in Latin America". Includes notes and references (Item ID: 111690)