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By Aleida Guevara, Hugo Chávez

ISBN-10: 1920888004

ISBN-13: 9781920888008

  An intimate stumble upon among the charismatic Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez and Che Guevara’s daughter Aleida   Is Venezuela the recent Cuba? Elected by way of an overpowering renowned mandate in 1998, which has been reaffirmed in elections a number of instances for the reason that, Hugo Chávez is one of Latin America’s such a lot outspoken political leaders this day.   during this striking come across, Chávez is interviewed by means of Aleida Guevara, the daughter of the mythical innovative Che Guevara. He expresses a fiercely nationalist imaginative and prescient for Venezuela and a dedication to a united Latin the United States. He additionally discusses the importance of the army coup opposed to his executive in April 2002, Venezuela’s new democratic structure, the large social courses undertaken as a part of the Bolivarian revolution and assesses his country’s family members with the us and Cuba.   In what grew to become a remarkably intimate discussion over a number of days, Chávez is probed approximately his own political formation and his perspectives concerning the legacy of Che Guevara’s rules and instance in Latin the US this day.   incorporated as an appendix is an specific interview with Venezuela’s former minister of security Jorge García Carneiro, who performed a key position in defeating the 2002 coup opposed to Chávez. “There is a distinct Venezuela the place the wretched of the earth comprehend that they could unfastened themselves from their earlier. And this can be a varied Latin America.” — Hugo Chávez       Aleida Guevara is the eldest daughter of Ernesto Che Guevara and Aleida March. She works as a pediatrician in Havana, Cuba, and is a well known determine within the anti-globalization flow.  THIS INTERVIEW can be to be had ON DVD.

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Finally, in 1782, the then-viceroy Caballero y Góngora came upon Mutis shut up in his house in El Sapo at work on a book about the flora of Bogotá. Infuriated by the news that other scientists, foreign ones, had been granted the right to visit the colonies, this viceroy wrote to Charles III criticizing his decision which “snatched from the Spaniards the legitimate pride and glory of their discoveries” (Gredilla 1982, 139). 8 MUTIS 23 The expedition officially began in 1783 with several draftsmen and plant collectors who moved to Mariquita where the collection, drawing, and scientific description of thousands of botanical and animal species was done.

Between 1766 and 1782, Mutis wrote in disorganized fashion and undertook various travels within the country, about which he maintained an erratic observation journal. Between 1783 and 1790 he wrote the largest part of his journal, which corresponds to the observations of the Royal Botanical Expedition of the New Kingdom of Granada. 10 But Mutis also wrote a parallel work containing his various scientific reports, which was not only much longer than the journal but also was organized in a different way and written in a different sort of language that emphasizes mathematical formulas, research results, and theoretical discussions.

The works of various members of the expedition were published in Caldas’s weekly, and its pages stoked the fires of Independence too. 9 However, the Diario de observaciones, almost two thousand pages written over the course of thirty years, does not communicate the revolutionary spirit that grew up in the workshops of the expedition. The pages written during the period of the uprisings reflect the fervor of a scientist lost in his work— and then comes the absolute silence of his last eighteen years.

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