People and Struggle of the Fourth World War
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People and Struggle of the Fourth World War

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John Ahni Schertow
March 18, 2007
 

This 75-minute documentary examines the Bolivarian Revolution of Venezuela as connected to the worldwide movement against capitalist globalization. The film shows the evolution of the popular movement in Venezuela from the Caracazo riots in 1989 to the massive actions that brought revolutionary president Hugo Chavez back to power, 48 hours after a US-led military coup in 2002.

The documentary’s main theme is how the Bolivarian Revolution, thanks to its incredible grassroots and networking power, is a Revolution that transcends the national frontier of Venezuela and contributes with concrete alternatives to the fight against neoliberal capitalism.

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