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    Introduction.Jeffery R. Webber - 2019 - Historical Materialism 27 (3):77-82.
    This introduction situates the work of Zavaleta in the field of Bolivian intellectual history, Latin American Studies, and Latin American Marxism. It also explains the objectives of the symposium and the logic underlying its constituent parts.
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    The Indigenous Community as “Living Organism”: José Carlos Mariátegui, Romantic Marxism, and Extractive Capitalism in the Andes.Jeffery R. Webber - 2015 - Theory and Society 44 (6):575-598.
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    The Long Brazilian Crisis: A Forum.Juan Grigera, Jeffery R. Webber, Ludmila Abilio, Ricardo Antunes, Marcelo Badaró Mattos, Sabrina Fernandes, Ricardo Nunes, Leda Paulani & Sean Purdy - forthcoming - Historical Materialism:1-63.
    The coming to office of Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil has brought to the fore the need to understand the rise of the far right and to come to terms with the conflicted legacies of more than a decade of rule under the Workers’ Party. This forum brings together six leading intellectuals from different traditions on the left and introduces their reflections on the contradictions and complexities of the Workers’ Party, the 2008 crisis, the June 2013 protests, the weakness of the (...)
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    Dual Powers, Class Compositions, and the Venezuelan People.Jeffery R. Webber - 2015 - Historical Materialism 23 (2):189-227.
    George Ciccariello-Maher’sWe Created Chávezis the most important book available in English proposing an anti-capitalist framework for understanding the Bolivarian process in contemporary Venezuela, as well as its historical backdrop dating back to 1958. The book contains within it a laudable critique of Eurocentrism and a masterful combination of oral history, ethnography, and theoretical sophistication. It reveals with unusual clarity and insight the multiplicity of popular movements that allowed for Hugo Chávez’s eventual ascension to presidential office in the late 1990s.We Created (...)
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    Resurrection of the Dead, Exaltation of the New Struggles.Jeffery R. Webber - 2019 - Historical Materialism 27 (1):5-54.
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    The Bolivarian Process in Venezuela: A Left Forum.Susan Spronk, Jeffery R. Webber, George Ciccariello-Maher, Roland Denis, Steve Ellner, Sujatha Fernandes, Michael A. Lebowitz, Sara Motta & Thomas Purcell - 2011 - Historical Materialism 19 (1):233-270.
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    Latin American Neostructuralism: The Contradictions of Post-Neoliberal Development, Fernando Ignacio Leiva, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2008.Jeffery R. Webber - 2010 - Historical Materialism 18 (3):208-229.
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    The Long Brazilian Crisis: A Forum.Juan Grigera, Jeffery R. Webber, Ludmila Abilio, Ricardo Antunes, Marcelo Badaró Mattos, Sabrina Fernandes, Rodrigo Nunes, Leda Paulani & Sean Purdy - 2019 - Historical Materialism 27 (2):59-121.
    The coming to office of Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil has brought to the fore the need to understand the rise of the far right and to come to terms with the conflicted legacies of more than a decade of rule under the Workers’ Party. This forum brings together six leading intellectuals from different traditions on the left and introduces their reflections on the contradictions and complexities of the Workers’ Party, the 2008 crisis, the June 2013 protests, the weakness of the (...)
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    Post-Coup Honduras: Latin America’s Corridor of Reaction.Jeffery R. Webber & Todd Gordon - 2013 - Historical Materialism 21 (3):16-56.
    This article offers an historical-materialist account of the coup in Honduras on 28 June 2009, which ousted democratically elected President Manuel Zelaya. It draws on over two dozen interviews with members of theFrente Nacional de la Resistencia Popular[National Front of Popular Resistance, FNRP], and participation in numerous marches and assemblies over two periods of fieldwork – January 2010, and June–July 2011. The paper steps back in time to provide an historical cartography of the basic material structures of the Honduran economy (...)
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