By Judith Levin
Hugo Chavez has captured the world's recognition considering the fact that his victory within the 1998 Venezuelan presidential election. Many international leaders reflect on him risky and can't fail to remember his 1992 coup test. but, his aim of a very democratic Venezuela makes him awfully renowned one of the decrease sessions in his kingdom. no matter if he's a liberator of the folks or a power-hungry agitator is still visible, yet he's bound to allure controversy. This new, full-color biography bargains readers a perceptive advent to this unpredictable chief.
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