March 10: Hugo Chavez, Latin America, how the rules get made in Washington

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File Photo: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez speaks at a press conference in Miraflores Palace December 5, 2006 in Caracas, Venezuela. Chavez was officially...
File Photo: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez speaks at a press conference in Miraflores Palace December 5, 2006 in Caracas, Venezuela. Chavez was officially...
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On Sunday’s Up w/ Chris Hayes, we’ll examine the death and complicated legacy of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. Then we’ll zoom out, to reflect on the state of Latin America in the wake of Chavez’s death. And finally, we’ll examine how the rules get made in Washington – and who makes them. Regulators are still at work promulgating many of the rules that will determine whether some of President Obama’s signature initiatives, such as the Dodd-Frank Wall Street form bill and the Affordable Care Act, succeed.

Joining Chris at 8 AM ET on msnbc will be:

Deepak Bhargava, executive director, Center for Community Change.

M. Victoria Murillo, professor of political science and international affairs at Columbia University, author of “Labor Unions, Partisan Coalitions & Market Reforms in Latin America.”

Michael Shifter, president of Inter-American Dialogue.

Alejandro Velasco, professor at New York University and author of “We Are Still Rebels: The Challenge of Popular History in Bolivarian Venezuela.”

Michael Moynihan (@mcmoynihan), cultural news editor for Newsweek and The Daily Beast.

Sujatha Fernandes, associate professor of sociology at Queens College and the Graduate Center at the City University of New York, author of “Who Can Stop the Drums?: Urban Social Movements in Chavez’s Venezuela.”

Greg Grandin, professor of history at New York University and author of “Fordlandia: The Rise and Fall of Henry Ford’s Forgotten Jungle City.”

Former Ohio Republican Congressman Bob Ney (@bobney), author of “Sideswiped: Lessons Learned Courtesy of the Hit Men of Capitol Hill.”

Raj Date, former deputy director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Alexis Goldstein (@alexisgoldstein), Occupy Wall Street activist.

March 10: Hugo Chavez, Latin America, how the rules get made in Washington

Updated