How Hugo Chávez oiled the wheels of a revolution
LIONISED by the left and reviled by the right, Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez is one of the most controversial figures in world politics. He represents either the figurehead of justified opposition to the neo-liberal world order or a typical two-bit third world caudillo, unusual only in ultimately securing support through the ballot box after the obligatory putsch attempt failed.
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