Case analysis of a revolutionary
Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1967 - Revolutionaries - 102 pages
Case using psychoanalytic methods to study conflict and consensus. The author reports on his interviews, conducted in the summer of 1963, with nine unnamed informants who represent various political viewpoints on the revolutionary and governmental activities occurring in Venezuela.
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