The Latin American Debate: Dependent Capitalism, Superexploitation, and Revolution
Latin America occupies a conflictive place within the universal discourse constructed by capitalist modernity. The region and its processes question and deny that universality, something that requires a way of thinking that can explain that negation. With that objective in mind, the author analyzes different moments in political and economic regional history and the theoretical reflections formulated about the tendencies of underdevelopment and the present-day revolution.
Latin America, weakest link, revolution, dependency, superexploitation
Citation: Social Justice Vol. 40, No. 4 (2013): 5-24