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“Gentlemen, Follow Us Please!”

A Welcome to the Chapare…and to This Book!
  • Leonidas Oikonomakis
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Abstract

September is a very warm month in the Chapare, Bolivia. In the commercial town of Shinahota even more so, when the weather is dry and the usual tropical rainfall of the season is not by any means on the horizon. Together with Argentinean journalist Tomás Astelarra, we are interviewing what sounded to us like a contradiction in terms: a Chapareño cocalero opposed to Evo Morales.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Leonidas Oikonomakis
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  1. 1.Department of SociologyUniversity of CreteCreteGreece

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