The Mourning of Angels  (continued from page 7)

Neoliberalism Loses in Bolivia  (cont. from p. 2)

movements are no longer bystanders to the political process," said Garcia.

"The next government is going to confront an opposition that will make it
very difficult for them to implement their policies," he said. "That will
either lead to authoritarianism, or a social pact with social movements."
Editor's Note:  Jimmy Langman is a

journalist based in Santiago, Chile. A frequent visitor to Bolivia, he covers Latin America for a number of publications.

Excerpted from a new Global Affairs Commentary from Foreign Policy in Focus (FPIF) and the Interhemispheric Resource Center (IRC) Americas Pro

gram, posted in its entirety at: 2002/0207bolivia.html)

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