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Venezuela Test: •According to the historical/sociological perspective of populism, which group is most  likely to support authoritarian leaders? -Newly urbanized •Import Substitution Industrialization is a policy whereby: -Tariffs are raised on key imports in an attempt to foster domestic production of those  commodities •According to the political perspective of populism, populist leaders are most likely to  arise where democratic institutions are -Weak  •Which commodity makes up approximately 90% of Venezuela's exports? -Petroleum Products •In the rhetoric of populist leaders which group often becomes representative of the  people as a whole? -Plebs •In 1989, which of the following groups was prominent in the rioting against President  Perez's implementation of neo-liberal economic reform?
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