[Marxism] Bolivian scholar denied visa to U.S.

Louis R Godena louisgodena at ids.net
Mon Jul 24 08:29:11 MDT 2006

I, for one, hope he stays in Bolivia.   Neither we, nor they, need another 
comprador slavering ex-pat "left-wing" professor hectoring the masses on the 
virtues of the Best Democracy in the World.

Louis G

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Louis Proyect" <lnp3 at panix.com>
To: <marxism at lists.econ.utah.edu>
Sent: Monday, July 24, 2006 9:36 AM
Subject: [Marxism] Bolivian scholar denied visa to U.S.

> Although Ari and President Morales share an Aymara ancestry, Ari's 
> political views appear more moderate than those of Bolivia's outspoken 
> chief executive. Ari says he has not joined the president's political 
> party and has openly questioned some of his policies, even as he 
> acknowledges that Morales has been a vivid symbol for the Americas' 
> indigenous masses.
> Specifically, Ari has criticized Morales for allying himself with 
> Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and Cuba's Fidel Castro, the most 
> high-profile U.S. adversaries in the hemisphere. Ari, who openly admires 
> the freedoms and academic opportunities available in the United States, 
> has urged closer U.S.Bolivian ties.
> "I would like President Morales . [to] work more for better relationships 
> with other democracies of the world, including the largest democracy of 
> the world," he said in a recent e-mail.

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