Latin American Politics and Development
Howard J. Wiarda, Harvey F. Kline
Westview Press, 2007 - History - 610 pages
The only text organized on a country-by-country basis that represents all Latin American countries, Latin American Politics and Development offers instructors maximum flexibility in organizing courses.
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The Latin American Tradition and
The Pattern of Historical Development
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