Area Handbook for Venezuela

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AREA HANDBOOK for VENEZUELA

Co-Authors Thomas E. Weil Jan Knippers Black Howard I. Blutstein Kenneth W. Martindale David S. McMorris Sally Engle Merry Frederick P. Munson Charles Townsend

Research and writing were completed December 1970

Published 1971 (This pamphlet supersedes DA Pam 550-71, February 1964)

DA Pam 550-71

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Area Handbook for Venezuela
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface v
  • COUNTRY SUMMARY vii
  • Contents xi
  • SECTION I. SOCIAL 1
  • Chapter 2 - PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT 7
  • Chapter 3 - HISTORICAL SETTING 31
  • Chapter 4 - POPULATION AND ETHNIC GROUPS 53
  • Chapter 5 - SOCIAL STRUCTURE 81
  • Chapter 6 - LIVING CONDITIONS 97
  • Chapter 7 - EDUCATION 125
  • Chapter 8 - ARTISTIC AND INTELLECTUAL EXPRESSION 149
  • Chapter 9 - RELIGION 171
  • Chapter 10 - SOCIAL VALUES 193
  • SECTION II. POLITICAL 205
  • Chapter 12 - POLITICAL DYNAMICS 231
  • Chapter 13 - FOREIGN RELATIONS 253
  • Chapter 14 - PUBLIC INFORMATION 269
  • Chapter 15 - POLITICAL VALUES AND ATTITUDES 291
  • SECTION III. ECONOMIC 303
  • Chapter 17 - AGRICULTURE 315
  • Chapter 18 - INDUSTRY 335
  • Chapter 19 - LABOR 363
  • Chapter 20 - TRADE 387
  • Chapter 21 - FINANCE 405
  • SECTION IV. NATIONAL SECURITY 429
  • Chapter 23 - THE ARMED FORCES 441
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR FEBRUARY 1964 EDITION 457
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR REVISED EDITION 487
  • Index 509
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