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by Plinio A. Mendoza,Alvaro Vargas Llosa,Carlos Alberto Montaner

eBook Fabricantes De Miseria (Spanish Edition) epub
  • ISBN: 8401011833
  • Author: Plinio A. Mendoza,Alvaro Vargas Llosa,Carlos Alberto Montaner
  • Genre: Reference
  • Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar
  • Language: Spanish
  • Publisher: Plaza & Janés Editores; 1. ed edition (1999)
  • Pages: 316 pages
  • ePUB size: 1528 kb
  • FB2 size 1114 kb
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I read this good book, here in Brazil. This book was writen by three Spanish speaking authors: Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza, Carlos Alberto Montaner and Alvaro Vargas Llosa. And three authors know about their subject. They made a concise book about a monument, the Latin American misery.

I read this good book, here in Brazil. This book begins with a short introduction. Just seven pages of introduction. The first chapter is very good and about the Latin American politicians.

Carlos Alberto Montaner. Montaner, Fair of book Miami 2011. The best-selling Manual del Perfecto Idiota Latinoamericano, in which he collaborated with Álvaro Vargas Llosa and Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza, was published in 1996 and in English in 2000 by Madison Books. Carlos Alberto Montaner. Its highly popular sequel, Fabricantes de miseria, was published in 1998. Montaner also authored No perdamos también el siglo XXI (1997) and, in 1999, Viaje al corazón de Cuba. In 1999, in Madrid, Montaner received the Premio de Periodismo de la Fundación Independiente and the Medalla de la Cultura de Puerto Rico.

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Plinio Mendoza, Carlos Montaner, and Alvaro Llosa are the authors of Los Fabricantes de Miseria. Mendoza lives in Bogota, Colombia; Montaner lives in Madrid; Llosa lives in Miami; and Michaela Ames lives in Ohio. Country of Publication. Current slide {CURRENT SLIDE} of {TOTAL SLIDES}- Best-selling in Adult Learning & University. Functional Skills Maths Level 2 - Study & Test Practice by CGP Books (Paperback, 2015).

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Comments: (7)
Mananara
I read this good book, here in Brazil.
This book was writen by three Spanish speaking authors: Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza, Carlos Alberto Montaner and Alvaro Vargas Llosa. And three authors know about their subject. They made a concise book about a monument, the Latin American misery.
This book begins with a short introduction. Just seven pages of introduction.
The first chapter is very good and about the Latin American politicians. On page 18, we can read this sentence: "Los politicos latinoamericanos no son más ni menos corruptos que las sociedades en las que actúan."
The second chapter is about Latin American militaries. This chapter has a clear bias, against Latin American militaries and is just regular.
The third chapter is about Left guerrilla in Latin America and is regular.
Chapter four is about Catholic Church in Latin America. Very good.
Chapter five is about Latin American intellectuals. I read about a dozen intellectuals that I didn't knew nothing, before to read this book.
Chapter six is about Latin American unions. A very good chapter.
Chapter seven is about Latin American businessmen. A good chapter.
Chapter eight is about Latin American universities. Good, but fails on pages 276 and 277. On these pages, they write that American model of universities, must be followed by Latin America. Nonsense. Any Latin American country can make a CIT, MIT or Harvard university, in any possible and short future. At these same pages, the authors just forgot that Latin America is full with universities of terrible quality. Latin America must close universities of bad quality, not to open new bad quality universities.
Chapter nine is about the Latin American state and is good.
There's an epilogue and it is concise and good.
Latin American misery, corruption, demagogy,etc. are monuments and are here to stay, in any possible future.
Even being writen in 1998, this book isn't outdated, because even with some "new politicians", their policies are the same mistakes described in this concise book.
I must give four stars for this book, because:
1- Latin American isn't just misery and failures. Thanks to Pinochet, Chile is the best Latin American country, but there isn't space about this fact, in this book.
2- As I wrote above, in chapter third, this book has a clear bias against Latin American militaries. Please, on the last seven decades, any military coup was ever made against any good Latin American leader. Getulio Vargas, Jango, Juan Domingos Peron, Isabel Peron, Salvador Allende,etc. fell because they were terrible leaders, not because they were good persons.
3- The vast majority of readers of this book are and would be Spanish American readers. About Brazil, this book is correct, but has less space than needed by Spanish American readers. About Cuba, this book is correct, but there isn't enough space about Cuba in this book.
4- About education in Latin America, there's an entire chapter, about Latin American universities. At the same time, this book hasn't space, about basic education in Latin America. Even about high school in Latin America, there's nothing. Please, education is key to development.
Zugar
Wow, this was a very interesting read! I learned so much from it! In it you can find an explanation of poverty from the perspective of this author, who describes it in theory as a result of a way of thinking product of the systems of society! A must read!
Anyshoun
muy interesante el libro ya que te abre la mente desde otra perspectiva.
Quemal
great.
Adoraris
Si interesting
Kagda
Este libro trata de ocultar las causas del subdesarrollo de América Latina. Aunque enumera a los responsables adecuadamente, no explica de manera correcta el papel de estos responsables. O sea, es una verdad a medias. La mejor parte, la más imparcial, es aquella donde se habla de la responsabilidad de los monopolios empresariales cobijados por el Estado. Los autores comprendieron que ya agotaron el tema con el primer libro de la serie. Los estilos de escribir varían notablemente. El capítulo de los intelectuales es muy denso y extremadamente aburrido. Casi que uno pudiera señalar que autor escribió qué capítulo. Uno termina de leerlo con hastío.
Ber
This book focuses on the way by which latin american organizations (unions, enterprises, universities), institutions (the state, army)and people managed to destroy the potencial for a healthy long-term economic growth and social development. In other words, it tries to identify who were and are being the manufacturers (or creators) of misery, and how did they do it. Though the book is written from an "orthodox" liberal point of view, it doesn't show the arrogancy of "El Manual del Perfecto Idiota Latinoamericano". Instead, the book attributes "guilts" on each and every side fairly. It also succeeds in providing some useful lessons and guidelines about what must be changed in order to let Latin America get into development. And, it is important to notice that most of these lessons are valuable and important besides the reader's ideological perspective.
I know a lot of intelligent people whose ideas never change and think that determinate regimen is the solution to sweep away poverty. But they never attend the facts in their effort to maintain their beliefs. If you think you are a smart person you must agreed William Blake's quotation "The man who never alters his opinions is like standing water, and breeds reptiles of the mind". No matter what kind of ideas you profess about underdevelopment, this book surely is going to confront a lot of them and will provide you with a wider view. Give it a change to understand why Latin America is so poor.
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