For the Taxation of Last Database Financial Transactions and for Citizen Action ( attac ), which proposed a tax on global financial transactions, emerged; the World Last Database Social Forum, a meeting of political parties and social movements created in mirror image of the Davos Forum; and a series of new theoretical approaches, among Last Database which the books by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri and the globalophobic bestsellers by Naomi Klein stood out.two(Note that many of these reactions originated in First World countries, just like the soundtrack of those years, that of the Franco-Spanish artist Manu Chao.
But Last Database Zapatismo did not offer a path to follow, much less a program; it barely functioned as an inorganic cultural avant-garde that concealed its absolute absence of objectives with the phrases of Marcos, with a moving romantic resonance but totally Last Database useless in political terms. Faced with the Zapatista proposal to "change the world without taking power", the really existing left opposed the path, at least more concrete, of elections. In some cases, he came to power after years of patient party and territorial Last Database construction (the Brazilian Workers' Party, the Uruguayan Broad Front, Chilean socialism, and the Bolivian Movement for Socialism); in others, he flew straight to the government like an unexpected bolt of lightning (Hugo Chávez, Rafael Correa and, in part, Néstor Kirchner.
In all cases, the "new left," which at its Last Database zenith came to govern all South American countries except Colombia and Peru, prioritized access to power over abstract discussions. And from there it deployed a series of policies that allowed it, in a context that was Last Database certainly favorable due to the rising prices of raw materials, to combine three things: macroeconomic sustainability (except in Venezuela and in Last Database part in Argentina, the management of the macro was sober) ; extensive income transfer policies that allowed for tremendous inclusion impulses (especially in the most disadvantaged areas, such as the Bolivian highlands and the Brazilian.