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A brief history of Bolivia

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        LC Classifications2010
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        Paginationxvi, 68 p. :
        Number of Pages41
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        Introduction: people of South Americas heartland The ancient Indian peoples Colonial Bolivia (1532-1780) Independence wars and the new nation (1780-1839) The age of Caudillo rule (1839-1879) Republican rule and the new oligarchy (1879-1932) The Chaco War and its aftermath (1932-1951) The national revolution (1951-1964) The military and counterrevolution (1964-1982) The challenge of democracy (1982-2002) The democratic revolution of Evo Morales (2003-2009) Conclusion: what is ahead for Bolivia?

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The MNR returned to power in 1993, this time under Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada Goni who formed an alliance with the Tupac Katari Revolutionary Liberation Movement, and indigenous party formed in 1985 whose leader Victor Hugo Cardenas became the first elected indigenous vice-president in South America. Despite the fall of his government, Sucre's policies formed the basis for the following ten-year rule of 1829—39the first native-born president, who was sworn into office in May 1829 after a series of short-term rulers.

In 1982 Hernando Siles Zuazo became president of Bolivia. The etymology of the name is Spanish. They are: La Paz, Santa Cruz, Cochabamba, Chuquisaca, Potosi, Oruro, Tarija, Beni and finally, Pando. The war ended in 1935 but in 1936 army officers staged a coup.

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Based on numerous interviews and on secret documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act from the CIA, the State Department, the Pentagon, and the National Security Archive, this work casts new light on the roles of a Green Beret detachment sent to train the Bolivians and of the CIA and other U. Many more died of European diseases. In 1936 the was nationalized and the state-owned firm YPFB was created. All adults were given the right to vote. Norton and Company, 197077. The government suppressed a series of campesino uprisings and executed the leaders.

William Wilde A brief history of Bolivia a noted antiquarian in his day, and he realized the vast wealth of Irish history in this region where castles, forts, abbeys, tumuli and round towers are strategically positioned. In 1878 imposed a 10 cent tax on every 100 pounds of nitrates exported from Bolivia. As Spanish royal authority weakened during thesentiment against colonial rule grew.

In the 1990s, the government of Sanchez de Lozada worked to improve the condition of indigenous people, distributing government aid and legalizing their organizations and traditional medicine, and also bilingual education in indigenous languages and Spanish. He was followed by Marshal Andres de Santa Cruz who was president from 1829 to 1839.

The MNR took power in a December 1943 coup. Spanish colonial period [ ] Conquest by Spain [ ] Inca expansion 1438—1533 CE, and led the Spanish discovery and conquest of the. 12 However, it did attract Che Guevara in 1967. That exploitation heated up when tin was discovered in the late 1800s. While most of Bolivia was distracted with the carnival celebrations of 1879, the Chilean army moved in and. The supported the Liberal leader, 1899—1904when he promised to improve their situation.

Severe social tension, exacerbated by economic mismanagement, rampant poverty and weak leadership, forced him to call early elections and relinquish power a year before the end of his constitutional term.