The Uncompleted Revolution
This is a valuable contribution to the rapidly growing body of literature that has thrown light on the previously neglected modern history of Bolivia. . . . Malloy beings a political scientist's perspective to the fascinating and complex problems of that paradoxical nation, and its social revolution. It is a credit to his insight that his interpretations often 'ring true' and complement those of anthropologists, economists, historians, and others who have studies the revolution from different perspectives.