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  1. Bolivia: Magnitude and origin of the economic crisis of 1982 and the economic policies of the constitutional government (Short term economic reports) by Juan Carlos Jordan, 1984
  2. Investment treaty with Bolivia : message from the President of the United States transmitting Treaty between the Government of the United States of America ... on April 17, 1998 (SuDoc Y 1.1/4:106-26) by U.S. Congressional Budget Office, 2000
  3. The liquidation of the war on the Pacific: Nitrate and the war. A fantastic indemnity. The government of Chili and the creditors of Peru. The question ... and Bolivia. What Chili spends on armament by Ricardo Salas Edwards, 1900
  4. Bolivia in 1956;: An analysis of political and economic events by Lois Deicke Martin, 1958
  5. Extradition treaty with Bolivia : message from the President of the United States transmitting the extradition treaty between the government of the United ... Paz on June 27, 1995 (SuDoc Y 1.1/4:104-22) by U.S. Congressional Budget Office, 1995
  6. An overview of Bolivia's Law of popular participation (Working papers series) by Christopher R Boris, 1998
  7. The peasantry as an emerging political factor in Mexico, Bolivia, and Venezuela (LTC) by Peter P Lord, 1967
  8. Reviewing Bolivia's economic transformation (Working papers of the Latin America Program of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars) by Jorge Quiroga, 1992
  9. Anthropological investigations in Bolivia (Relaciones antropológicas) by William Leons, 1984
  10. Redemocratization in Bolivia: A Political Economic Analysis of the Siles Zuazo Government, 1982-1985 by Jerry R. Ladman, Juan Antonio Morales, 1995-11
  11. Bolivia: The consolidation (and breakdown?) of a militaristic regime by June Nash, 1978
  12. The political culture of democracy in Bolivia: 1998 by Mitchell A Seligson, 1998
  13. The politics of hydrocarbons in Bolivia (The politics of hydrocarbons in Latin America series) by Eduardo Gamarra, 1996
  14. Bolivia: From Victor Paz to Jaime Paz (Field staff reports) by Thomas Griffin Sanders, 1989

101. Instituto Nacional De Estadística De Bolivia
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Bolivia: Distribución de la Población en Bolivia Bolivia: Mapa de Pobreza Resultados Nacionales y por Departamento del Censo 2001 Bolivia: Características de la Vivienda Obtener una copia de Acrobat Reader Nuevas Publicaciones Bolivia: Carencias, Déficit Habitacional y Acceso a Servicios Básicos Un aporte al conocimiento de la situación habitacional de la población boliviana Bolivia: Niveles, Tendencia y Diferenciales de la Mortalidad Infantil Información estadística que explica los cambios registrados en el comportamiento de la mortalidad infantil en los períodos intercensales 1976 - 1992 - 2001. Bolivia: Niveles, Tendencias y Diferenciales de la Fecundidad

102. Bechtel Corporation—News & Information—News Releases—Bechtel Perspective On T
The Bolivian government turned to the private sector in the late 1990s to operatethe city’s water and wastewater system because the local utility had
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Bechtel Perspective on the Aguas del Tunari Water Concession in Cochabamba, Bolivia
Numerous news accounts and commentaries have mischaracterized the water concession in Cochabamba, Bolivia, held by Aguas del Tunari, 27.5 percent owned by Bechtel. * Below are some of the most commonly misrepresented and underreported aspects of the Cochabamba water concession, which was terminated in April 2000. For a more detailed account of the Bechtel perspective, please access the fact sheet, in English (PDF) or Spanish (PDF).
  • The Bolivian government turned to the private sector in the late 1990s to operate the city’s water and wastewater system because the local utility had rendered it a shambles. The utility’s financial losses had led to mounting debts and declining service. Service was unavailable to 40 percent of the city’s population. What water came out of the tap wasn’t healthy—and typically wasn’t available for much of the day. Most of those without connections resorted to buying unhealthful water from the operators of tanker-trucks at exorbitant rates—several times higher than what they’d pay if they could hook up to the system.

103. Bolivia Travel Guide @
the ocean. Although Sucre is the official capital of bolivia, governmentoffice has been held in La Paz since 1898. The National
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Directory of newspapers and news sources from around the world. La Paz The administrative capital of Bolivia , located in the west of the country, is the highest large city in the world (3,625 m above sea level). Connections to Peru are very good, by way of Lake Titicaca. La Paz was founded by the Spanish in 1548, and thrived on its strategic location between the Bolivian silver mines and the ocean. Although Sucre is the official capital of Bolivia, government office has been held in La Paz since 1898. The National Museum, and the presidential palace are also in La Paz, and a 12,000 capacity cathedral was completed here in1933.

104. Harvard Gazette: Bolivian Peasants Suffer In Drug War, Speaker Says
The Bolivian government raised the stakes in 1998 with a coca eradicationplan, which has effectively militarized Zurita native Chapare region.
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HARVARD GAZETTE ARCHIVES Coca leaves are used to make tea, cakes, and natural medicines, and can be traded to buy potatoes and other staples. (Staff photo by Kris Snibbe)
Bolivian peasants suffer in drug war, speaker says:
Coca plant's traditional uses make indigenous peasants targets
By Alvin Powell
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What America bills as a "War on Drugs" at home is executed as a war on peasants in the Bolivian Andes, the leader of a peasant coalition told a Kennedy School of Government audience on Friday (Feb. 28). "Defending coca for [us] is defending [our] land, it's the same struggle. It's defending our culture, our health," said Leonida Zurita Vargas, leader of the National Federation of Women Peasants in Bolivia. "We are fighting against the eradication of our culture." Zurita, speaking Spanish with an English translator, addressed about 40 people crowded into the Center for International Development's Perkins Room during a lunchtime talk that lasted more than an hour.

105. Dirección Nacional De Comunicación Social - Ministerio De La Presidencia
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106. The New York Review Of Books: REGIS DEBRAY
They are detained in an undisclosed prison, and the Bolivian Governmentis reportedly preparing for the trial in the utmost secrecy.
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To the Editors The American public may not be aware of the fact that these men have been held incommunicado by Bolivian military authorities since their arrest last April 20th in a guerrilla zone of Southeastern Bolivia. The authorities did not inform the press about their arrest. They have not been granted the right to receive a visit or to counsel. They are detained in an undisclosed prison, and the Bolivian Government is reportedly preparing for the trial in the utmost secrecy. The investigation is in the hands of a military tribunal and they are threatened with the death sentence, even though this penalty has been abolished in Bolivia. The Bolivian Government has accused them of being guerrillas engaged in acts of "murder, incitement to subversion and violation of Bolivian sovereignty," and has stated that they will be treated as "common criminals." (Havana-Paris 1967). Undoubtedly, Debray has sympathies for Castroism, but this does not constitute

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