in: Latin american perspectives in the classroom
Introduction. Latin America's pink tide governments: Challenges, breakthroughs, and setbacks$hSteve Ellner -- Latin America's pink tide: The straitjacket of global Capitalism$hWilliam I Robinson -- Has the pink tide cycle come to an end? Will it have a long-lasting impact?$hSteve Ellner -- Walking the "tightrope" of socialist governance: A strategic relational analysis of twenty-first-century socialism$hMarcel Nelson -- The limits of pragmatism: The rise and fall of the Brazilian Workers' Party (2002-2016)$hPedro Mendes Loureiro and Alfredo Saad-Filho -- The Frente Amplio governments in Uruguay: Policy strategies and results$hNicolas Bentancur and Jose Miguel Busquets -- Kirchnerism in Latin America's Anti-neoliberal Cycle$hMabel Thwaites Rey and Jorge Orovitz Sanmartino -- Class Strategies in Chavista Venezuela: pragmatic and populist policies in a broader context$hSteve Ellner -- An opportunity squandered? Elites, social movements, and the Bolivian government of Evo Morales$hLinda Farthing -- Left populism, democracy, state building and the ephemeral counterhegemony of the Citizens" Revolution in Ecuador$hPatrick Clark and Jacobo Garcia -- Neo-extractivism, class formations, and the pink tide: Considerations on the Venezuelan case$hLuis Fernando Angosto-Ferrandez -- The rise and fall of Sandinista alliances as a means of sociopolitical change in Nicaragua$hHector M. Cruz-Feliciano -- The limits of change: El Salvador's FMLN in power$hHilary Goodfriend -- The last surfer to hit the beach: Mexico and the "pink tide"$hJohn M. Ackerman.