This timely book analyzes the governing experiences of the nine major pro-leftist governments in Latin America. The individual country case study chapters are preceded by chapters that frame the discussion by considering the theoretical implications of the Pink Tide experience relating to globalization, the state, and neo-extractivism. The contributors examine the Pink Tide policies and rhetoric that gained widespread approval and led to the long tenure of many of these governments.
After reading Black Beauty as a child, Cleveland Amory dreamed that one day he would have a ranch where animals would not be abused, but would spend their days roaming proud and free. Now, the author of The Cat Who Came for Christmas shares the remarkable stories of the countless animals who have been saved from deaths door at the Black Beauty Ranch in East Texas, a sanctuary Amory himself founded..