[Marxism] Socialist Voice: Morales election is a victoryfor the Bolivian people

Louis Proyect lnp3 at panix.com
Tue Mar 7 13:30:13 MST 2006


>I also agree we should wait. I'm confident Louis can sniff the wind enough 
>when
>things progress or change in Bolivia that it would be worth reopening the
>discussion. If we did it now, we'd just re-hash everything we'd talked 
>about. I
>hope, however, that people can still post interesting, uncommented, news 
>items,
>like what Walter does with Cuba.
>
>David

Yes, we can do that. I myself am planning to attend a panel discussion on 
Bolivia at the Sunday session of Left Forum in NYC. There is a good chance 
that I will write something up. Below is a list of the panels that I plan 
to take in for what it's worth:

Marxist Views of China 's Contemporary Development
Left Forum
Chair: David Kotz, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Minqi Li, York University
Richard Smith, author
Cheng En Fu, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

Evo Morales and the New Bolivia
North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA )
Chair: Christy Thorton, NACLA
Teo Ballvé, NACLA
Forrest Hylton, Author, An Evil Hour: Columbia in Historical Context,
Sinclair Thomson, New York University
Aníbal Quijano, University of Binghamton
Linda Farthing, Andean Information Network

The US Economy Today: Debts, Bubbles, Uncertainties
Left Forum
Chair: Ruth Indeck, URPE
Doug Henwood, Left Business Observer,
Eric Glynn, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Richard D. Wolff, University of Massachussetts, Amherst
William K. Tabb, Queens College, CUNY

Debating Strategies in the Anti-War Movement
Left Forum
Chair: Jim Lafferty, National Lawyers Guild
Leslie Cagan, United for Peace and Justice
Kamau Karl Franklin, Malcolm X Grassroots Movement
Brian Becker, A.N.S.W.E.R.
Rahul Mahajan, New York University
Arun Gupta, The Indypendent, New York

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