Greenberg Carville Shrum

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Greenberg Carville Shrum is a U.S. political consultancy and strategy company.

Greenberg Carville Shrum worked for Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada, who won Bolivia's 2002 presidential election. However, he was forced to resign in 2003.

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  • Rupert SMith, "Political consultants pushed Bill Clinton into office. But how would their focus groups and branding translate in Bolivia?", The Guardian (London) - Final Edition, March 22, 2006, page 32.
  • Robert Siegal, "'Crisis' Details U.S. Strategists' Role in Foreign Polls", 'All Things Considered', National Public Radio, March 23, 2006. (This is an interview with Rachel Boynton, the director of the film Our Brand Is Crisis (Film) on U.S. consultants' use of branding to promote "democracy" overseas.)
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  • Mark Sommer, 'Crisis' reveals campaign tactics, Buffalo News (New York), May 31, 2006, page C2.
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