Nationalism and Capitalism in Peru

Authors

  • Anibal Quijano
  • Helen R. Lane

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-023-03-1971-07_1

Keywords:

Political Economy

Abstract

There has been a great deal of confusion, both inside and outside Peru, about the nature of the new regime which came to power as the result of the coup d'etat of October 3, 1968. Conservatives and even some leftists have seen Peru as a new Cuba. Others, again including leftists, have variously described the new regime as pro-oligarchy and pro-imperialist, bourgeois reformist, military populist, etc. This confusion has arisen not only from what spokesmen for the regime have said about its nature and intentions but also because the measures it has actually adopted have often been, or seemed to be, inconsistent and contradictory

Published

1971-07-01

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