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Introduction: The Pink Tide, Egalitarianism and the Corporate State in Latin America
Marina Gold and Alessandro Zagato

Chapter 1. State Corporatization and Warfare in Mexico
Alessandro Zagato

Chapter 2. Political Parties, Big Business, Social Movements and the ‘Voice of the People’: Views from Above and Below on the Crisis Created by the 2016 Coup in Brazil
John Gledhill and Maria Gabriela Hita

Chapter 3. The election of MAS, iIs Egalitarian Potential, and Its Contradictions: Lessons from Bolivia
Leonidas Oikonomakis

Chapter 4. What is in the ‘People’s Interest’? Discourses of Egalitarianism and ‘Development as Compensation’ in Contemporary Ecuador
Erin Fitz-Henry and Denisse Rodriquez

Chapter 5. The Neoliberal State and Post-Transition Democracy in Chile. Local Public Action and Indigenous Political Demands
Francisca de la Maza Cabrera

Chapter 6. More State? On Authority and the Conditions for Egalitarianism in Venezuela
Luis Angosto-Ferrández

Chapter 7. Egalitarian and Hierarchical Tensions in Cuban Self-Employed Ventures
Marina Gold

Chapter 8. Social Banditry and the Legal in the Corporate State of Peru
Cecilie Vindal Ødegaard

Conclusion: Egalitarianism and Dynamics of Oppression: Constitutive Processes
Alessandro Zagato and Marina Gold

Afterword: Towards the Era of the Post-Human
Bruce Kapferer


After the Pink Tide

Corporate State Formation and New Egalitarianisms in Latin America

Edited by Marina Gold and Alessandro Zagato
Afterword by Bruce Kapferer

218 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78920-657-9 Hb Published (March 2020)

This title is published as Open Access

Full Text PDF | Full Text ePUB Made available under a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license with support from the University of Bergen.