The Industrialists and the Peruvian Development Model

  • Anthony Ferner
Part of the Latin American Studies Series book series (LASS)

Abstract

This chapter examines the response of the Peruvian industrial bourgeoisie to the programme of reforms initiated by the military in 1968 and considers the implications for an interpretation of the so-called Revolution in its first and second ‘phases’. The new model of development implicit in the military’s measures would seem to be advancing the interests of Peruvian industrial capitalist groups. Yet a close study of the development of the attitudes of different sectors of industrial capital reveals a profoundly negative and hostile reaction to the regime and its works. This is, to say the least, puzzling. A number of analyses stressing — quite correctly in my view — the essentially capitalist nature of the regime’s development model have glossed over this puzzle. I would argue that the contradictory elements of the Peruvian model repay closer examination and throw interesting light on the relationship between dominant-class groups and the state.

Keywords

Sugar Economic Crisis Petroleum Income Marketing 

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