Overview of the Vladimir Chelminski papers
Finding aid prepared by Hoover Institution Archives Staff.
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Title: Vladimir Chelminski papers
Date (inclusive): 1974-2010
Collection Number: 2002C91
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: Spanish; Castilian
Physical Description: 46 manuscript boxes (18.4 linear feet)
Abstract: Speeches and writings, correspondence, notes, summaries of conference proceedings, transcripts of laws and government documents, printed matter, and video tapes, relating to laissez-faire economics and to economic, social and political conditions in Venezuela.
Creator: Chelminski, Vladimir.
Boxes 44-45 closed until 2019 May 11.
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For twenty-four years Vladimir Chelminski was the executive director of the Cámara de Comercio (Chamber of Commerce) in Caracas, Venezuela, and an active participant in classical liberal circles around the country.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, notes, summaries of conference proceedings, transcripts of laws and government documents, printed matter, and video tapes, relating to laissez-faire economics and to economic, social and political conditions in Venezuela. The issues covered range from a year-by-year account of the development of classical liberalism and libertarianism in Venezuela to documents from and commentary on broader national conditions, often with an emphasis on the business community, particularly since Chavez began his presidency in early 1999.
Subjects and Indexing Terms
Venezuela--Politics and government.