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Title: La utopía liberal de Vargas Llosa
Other Titles: Politics and Culture; No 17 (2002): No. 17: América Latina; 217-239
Política y Cultura; Núm. 17 (2002): No. 17: América Latina; 217-239
Politique et culture; No 17 (2002): No. 17: América Latina; 217-239
Authors: Escárzaga Nicté, Fabiola
Issue Date: 30-Oct-2007
Publisher: Politics and Culture
Política y Cultura
Politique et culture
Description: The article analyzes the principles and postulates of the neoliberal ideology as conceived and made public by world-renowned writer and journalist Mario Vargas Llosa, as well as the process followed in its formulation. It also discusses the inconsistencies of the neoliberal program he advanced as Peruvian right-wing presidential candidate in 1990, and his erratic campaign strategies, both of which factors contributed to his defeat before Alberto Fujimori.
Se analizan los principios y postulados de la ideología neoliberal que elabora y difunde Mario Vargas Llosa como escritor y periodista de fama internacional, así como el proceso de su formulación. Asimismo, se pretende mostrar las inconsistencias del programa neoliberal de gobierno que postuló como candidato presidencial de la derecha peruana en 1990 y de su errática estrategia de campaña, factores que provocaron su derrota electoral frente a Alberto Fujimori.
ISSN: 0188-7742
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