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The Latin American Revolution, Part 4 of 4: Toward Integration

By Asad Ismi and Kristin Schwartz

After being bled for 500 years by the colonial and neocolonial empires of the North, the nations of Central and South America are defying their former masters and shaking off imperial domination. They are proceeding toward multinational cooperation and integration, forging their own ties in finance, resource sharing, media, economic development and medical research. Asad Ismi and Kristin Schwartz explain how and why despite clouds of lies, threats, bribes, coups and rumors of war , Uncle Sam is powerless to stop them.

About 30 minutes.


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The Latin American Revolution, Part 2 of 4: Bolivia's Indigenous Revolution

The Latin American Revolution, Part 2 of 4

by Asad Ismi and Kristin Schwartz

Robbed and pillaged by European and US imperialists for 500 years, Bolivia is still South America's richest country with its poorest people. In 2005 the nation's indigenous majority elected a socialist government under one of their own, President Evo Morales, promising to use the nation's resources to bring education, health care, sustainable development to its people, and pursuing a policy of regional cooperation with Venezuela, Cuba, Brazil and other neighbors. In this second installment of the 4 part radio documentary, Asad Ismi and Kristin Schwartz explain how Bolivia, its leaders and their government have earned a place on Uncle Sam's hit list by beginning to extract their country and their region from U.S. domination.

30 minutes. To listen, click the player below, or click here to download the mp3.

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Bolivia Kicks Out Regime-Changers Posing as Drug Cops

Bully_Uncle_Sam_CartoonThe Americans are more interested in destabilizing the Bolivian government than in suppressing the cocaine trade. President Morales shuts down the DEA and expels the U.S. ambassador.
 
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