Modern dictators: Third World coup makers, strongmen, and populist tyrants

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McGraw-Hill Companies, 1987 - Political Science - 385 pages
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A brilliant and authoritative study that presents a comprehensive political and psychological analysis of notorious dictators such as Qaddafi, Khomeini, Marcos, Somoza, and Castro, among many others.

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Such names as Khomeiny, Qaddafi, and Castro are more widely known today than those of the leaders of vastly more powerful nations such as Japan or Germany and international news is dominated as much ... Read full review

Contents

Crises and Paradoxes
1
Chapter One Populist Tyrants
11
Chapter Two The Lessons of European Totalitarianism
36
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